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George Washington High School 
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Miss Adams talks over the yearbook plans with editor, Diane Pritchard. 



TO THE CLASSES OF FALL 1963 and SPRING 1964: 

A farewell message has something in it of regret at parting, good wishes for 
happiness and success, and a fair measure of advice with guide lines for the future. 

I can say in all sincerity that I am sorry to see you graduates of '63-'64 leave 
just when I am getting to know you; but the disapjx)intment would be far greater 
were you not to go on to the next phase of your life at the scheduled time. So I 
congratulate you and send you forth with the hope that you will have a good life. 
This good life is not to be confused with apparent success measured only by 
position, money and influence. It is a life in which there is continuing intellec- 
tual growth and social awareness. Yours is the generation that must win the fight 
against intolerance, prejudice, and fear, so that there can be real peace at home 
and abroad, and the marvels of this space age will benefit and serve mankind. 

This is a challenge that calls for men and women of strong moral fibre- 
citizens who recognize their own resfwnsibilities and respect the rights of others, 
who avoid what is shoddy and cheap, and who will speak out in defense of 
authority in the family, discipline in education, and decency in conduct both 
in private and in public life. 

This may sound ponderous and far removed from you now but time goes 
by so quickly that you cannot aff"ord to stand on the side lines inactive and 
uncommitted. Let each of you develop the talents you have and use them gen- 
erously and wisely; then you will surely have a good life. 



Ruth M. Adams, Principal 




MISS ADAMS 
Principal 






MISS PARSONS 
Dean of Girls 



MR. PAGANO 
Dean of Boys 





Miss Abbott 



Mr. Addlestone 



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Mrs. Baker 



Mrs. Bassett 



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Mr. Burke 



Mr. Cailen 






Mr. Alexander 



Mr. Athanasopoulos 



GEORGE 



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Mr. Brandt 



Mrs. Brillhart 



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Mr. Carroll 




Mr. Cathey 




Mr. Donovan 




Miss Clark 




Mr. Feldman 





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Mr. Gillespie 



Mr. Goodman 




Mr. Harris 




Mr. Irwin 




Miss Joseph 




Mr. Larsen 




Miss Marshall 






Mrs. King 






Mr. Heller 




Mr. Johnson 




Miss Koch 




Mrs. Lefferdink Mr. Lew 




Mr. Martin Mr. Massaro 

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Mr. Hughes 




Mr. Jones 




Mr. Lai 




Miss Linsky 



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Miss Matheu 







Mrs. McKenna 



Mr. Meder 



Mr. Mikkelsen 




Miss Moretti 






Miss Murillo 



Miss Norstrom 




Mr. O'Day 








Mrs. Polyzois 




Mr. Power 



Mr. Randall 



Mrs. Rathert 



Mr. Reade 







Mr. Redlick 



Mr. Rocky 



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Mr. Ruane 



Mr. Salzman 







Miss Silveria 



Mr. Smith 



Mr. Sovde 






Mr. Spocrer 



Mr. Stadermann 









Mr. Sykes 



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Mr. Welch 



Mr. White 



Mrs. Witjas 







Mr. Wood 



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SURVEYOR STAFF 




Diane Pritchard 
Editor-in-Chief 




Ron Reepen 
Administration 





Jackie Herst 

Organizations W Activities 

Seniors 





Miriam Traig 
Classes 




Marsha Rhine 
Seniors 



Al Stanbridge 
Sports 



Bert Lurie 

Ad Manager 



EAGLE STAFF 





Margaret Reiss Carol Herzberg 
Editorial Editors 



Fall 




Margarita Botelho 
EDITOR 








Shirley Davis Carol Herzberg 

News Editors 



Spring 



IS 



Margaret Reiss Joan Murphy 
Feature Editors 




Lisa Soderstrom 
EDITOR 



Margarita Botelho 

News Editor 




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Joan Murphy Shirley Davis 

Feature Editors 



1963 




Roger Mialocq 

Sports Editor 






Joann Schuiz Kathy Prue 

Editorial Editors 



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Roger Mailocq 

Sports Editor 



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Exchange Editor 



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Wendy Allport 
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Betty Carter 

Secretary 



Susie Fields 
Treasurer 



Peter Lilienthal 
Athletic Manager 





Dan Francisco 
Custodian 



Dan Kee 
Head Yell Leader 



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Avonee Smith 
1st Vice-President 




Betty Carter 
2nd Vice-President 




Linda Chati 
Secretary 




Rich Dorfman 
Treasurer 




Bob Mendle 

Athletic Manager 




Anders Maxwell 
Custodian 




Bob Merchant 
«?<«/ Yell Leader 



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Row 1: (I. to r.) Minai, Selix, Reiss, Cain, Bernstein, Pelta, Jew, 
Cruz, Quebec, Shipley, Penford, Ellezy. Row 2: Tseisen, Jew, 
Weiller, Hansen, Lennox, Knauf, Heieck, Chew, Mauurs, Gor- 



don, Horwitz, Horwitz. Row 3: Mintz, Janox, Shorenstein, Grey, 
Kormos, Lee, Howard, Lilienthal, Lurie, Russe, Kelley. Row 4: 
Wong, Haley, Barrs, Davis, Bercholz, Kausen, Fisherow, Simon. 



SCARLET AND GRAY 




Row 1 : (I. to r.) Hollern, Fleming, Guthert, Anderson, Novi, 
Serbu, Turner, Smith, Moriguchi, Gold, Sommers, Edrehi. 
Row 2: Allen, Aaron, Wellington, Johnson, Srachey, Chambers, 
Miller, Kormos, Sussman, Marowitz. Row 3: Paul, Gray, Murphy, 



Raisner, King, Werth, Smith, Hall, Kaluzhny, Cordellos, 
Nonaka, Burger. Row 4: Strombury, Daily, Davis, Wilson, Tukey, 
Martin, Church, Cranert, Mead, Dourety, King, Olson, Fok, 
Young. 



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AUTOGRAPHS 





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Betsy 
Franklin 




Judy 
Allyn 




Margarita 
Botelho 






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Beverly 




Bonnie 
Birsinger 




Betty 
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David 




Maria 
Dawson 




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Garbell 




Paula 
Gordon 



Stephanie 
Batanides 




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Colvin 




Lille 
Foster 




Terry 
Heieck 



Jackie 
Herst 



Arlene 
Hewlett 



Pat 
Horikoshi 



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Joan 
Shorenstein 



Marian 
Valputic 



June 
Weiller 



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Raffin 




Ron 
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John 
Salisbury 




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Ron 

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Hal 
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Milton 

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Smith, E. 
Smith, L. 






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Sullivan 



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Anderson, P. 
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CANDIDS 




Fall HI I Officers 




Tony Manoquerra Ron Stallings 
President Vice-President 



Stan Shields 
President 



Chris Morioka 
Secretary 



Jackie Jew 
Treasurer 



Aurora Cruz 
Exec. Council 



Jim Whitsell 
Exec. Council 



Fall L-ll Officers 




Jackie Herst Gail Goldstein Janis Miller Carol Squires Claire Handleman 

Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Exec. Couruil Exec. Council 



Fall H- 10 Officers 




Garry Hoshiyama 
President 



Ken Israel 

Vice-President 



Mary Bums 
Secretary 



Pam Cain 
Treasurer 



Karen Nakai 
Exec. Council 



Mike Rago 
Exec. Council 



Fall L- 10 Officers 




Kevin Mona^am Betty Louie Dorothy Goldeen Diana Brand Ann Penfield Camilla Lee 

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Exec. Council Exec. Council 



Spring L-12 Officers 




Ron Stallings Scott Benkie Carolyn Tung Aurora Cruz Sandi Lee 

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Exec. Council 

Spring H- 1 1 Officers 



Jackie Jew 
Exec. Council 




Mark Battista 
President 



Karen Lloyd Pam Anderson Rhoda Chang Adrienne Ferrau Naida Soriano 

Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Exec. Council Exec. Council 



Spring L- 1 I Officers 




Garry Hoshiyama Brian Horikoshi Linda Woo Karen Nakai Mary Bums 

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Exec. Council 



Ken Israel 
Exec. Council 



Spring H- 1 Officers 




Art Hans Diane Brand Ann Penfield Cynthia Howard Lynda Hodgkinson Jim Carter 

President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Exec. Council Exec. Council 



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CHRISTMAS TABLEAUX 




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Row 1: (I. to r.) Call, Kettenburg, Stallings, Ohashi, Holt, Stashuk, Moss, Wong, Cheek, Bull, Flores. 
Row 2: Street, Nakamura, Nafisa, Minai, Weatherby, Chung, Cordellos, Allen, Gessert, Louie, Vin- 
son, Gallo. Row 3: Lowell, Currie, Duste, McTernan, Stellby, Rudo, Clifford, Avilla, Silverburg, 
Allen, Nanomura. Row 4: Harrington, Rodique, Le Gallee, Whitsell, Kettenbury, Horikashi, Peck, 
Gill, Briceno, Patillo, Mr. Welch. 




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Row I: (I. to r.) Ina, Williams. Row 2: Rhine, Proctor, Coy, Cammack, Sanderson, Magnani, Duff, 
Wolfer, Currie, Ellzey, Allen, Gillum, Crawford, Behn. Row 3: Osibin, Buckter, Washington, Chand, 
Stallings, Goctz, Payton, Paizes, Ruggfiero, Sills, Delman, Young. Row 4: Mr. Welch, Parent, Amart- 
seff, Calabria, Gerzowski, Matthews, Hoover, Leong, Hidalgo, Gill, Briceno. Row 5: Rodriquey, 
Liggons, Harrison, Turner, Cartwright, Mihara, White, Hamada, Davis, Appel, Schroeder. 



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Row I: (I. to r.) Bahr, O'Leary, Kissinger, Korzuchin, Bass, Demmings, Jackson, Calonsag, Holmes. 
Row 2: Wu, Weatherspoon, Hodge, Armstrong, Laron, Moerman, McKee, Carr, Mr. Meder.Row 
3: Stallinger, Priestly, Perkins, Reyna, Cooks, Owens, Assalino, Thomas Weast. 




Row I: (I. to r.) Wallich, Humburg, Jung, Shaffer, Dalva- 
dor, Beans, Gleason, Horwitz, Smith, Fragomein. Row 2: 
Young, Hunter, Richardson, Light, Bell, Sosnick, Bora- 
tynski, Henry, Minai, Street, Mr. Meder. flou)i; Scearcie, 



Hewlett, Franklin, Casals, Martin, Fillmore, Allen, Fields, 
Callaghan, Pain, Herbert, Johnson. Row 4: Jamison, 
Cadesells, Murphy, Carter, Rathe, Scales, Matthews, 
Crockett, Taylor, Wallace, Orr. 



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Row 1: (I. to r.) Braun, Sykes, Strickland, Stevens. Row 2: Korne, Gaines, Sanders, Scott, Smith. Row 3: 
Smith, Adams, Wilson, Mr. Meder. 



CSF 




Row I: (I. to r.) Nalisnik, Jew, Joseph, Amochaev, Handleman, 
Woo, Schiffman, Brewer, Matsura, DiLeone, Rudo. Row 2: 
Chung, Cavas, Weiller, Gerson, Soriano, Iwamasa, Pratt, 
Jung, Horwitz, Jue, Smith, Weatherbye. ftow 3: Harris, Miya- 



moto, Sadalla, Raas, Rodgus, Constine, Chung, Levin, Reepen, 
Morioka. Row 4: Gore, Mundstock, Hall, Brewer, Davis, 
Smith, Cunningham, Yee, Kelley. 



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Row 1: (I. to r.) Yee, Lew, Dutilh, Karatz, De Leone, Benas. 



Row I: (I. to r.) De Vera, Weiller. Row 2: Klein, Tanna- 
hauser, Pelta, Yushinoff Row 3: Constene, Harris, Raas, 
Goldberg, Zimmerman. 




Row 1: (I. to r.) Schiffman, Oshita, Oyama, Pascual, Armstrong, 
Batanides, Bernstein, Heieck, Delson, Jew. /?oai 2; Cruz, Wei- 
ner, Alberts, Pritchard, Kurzwiel, Bollier, Pearson, Peppers, 
Groshell, Coons, Jones, Boyson. Row 3: Le Galle, Manoquerrs, 



Cordelles, Chung, Opp. Bibbero, Tat, Maxwell, Reepen, Sills. 
Row 4: Watterson, Alger, Scragmilia, Whitsell, Barrs, Balzer, 
Fisherow. Dorfman, Kulka, Kovacs. 




Row I: (I. to T.) Kai, Handlcman, Morioka, Peniield, Lee, 
Brand, Bums, /{oid 2; Carter, Goldstein, Squires, Frank- 
lin, Atomian, Jew, Cruz, Herst. Row 3: Soderslrom, 



Fields, Perrine, Lilienthal, Bibbero, Israel, Barnes. 
Row 4: Stallings, Manoquerra, Whitsell, LeCalle, Tat, 
Fandsco, Chang. 




CREW 



Row 1: (I. to r.) Gibson, Mercer, Kay. 



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Row J: (I. to r.) Brand, Hutchinson, Cruz, Soriano, Smith, 
Bollier, Foster. Row 2: Penfield, Israel, Pearson, Jew, 



Tung, Lee. Ron; 3: Lilienthal, Lee, Carter, Bibbero, Chan, 
Chang, Lloyd. Row 4: Merchant, Stallings. 



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Row 1: (I. to r.) Cavas, Benas, Johnson, Oshita, De Leone. Row 2: Gore, Jen, Gordon, Pelta, Karatz, 
Kahn, Yushinokov. Row 3: Smith, Dutilh, Longerhan, Perrine, Jones, Olsson, Moss. 



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Raw 1: (I. to r.) Delson, Kulka, Kahn, Gore, Young, Fong, Bernstein, Troyan, Mazo. Row 2: Chew, 
Weatherby, Foster, Chew, Yung, Joe, Iwasaki, De Vera, Turner, Creciani. Row 3: Weyrauch, 
Cogburn, Karatz, Aitken, ComlM, Kudroff, Lee, Filippi. Row 4: Kyte, Herzog, Canata, Duncan, 
McCoUeen, Rosengerg. 




Row I: (I. to r.) Regan, Gore, Smith, Kulka, Raas. Row2: Brewer, Carillo, CMsson, Joseph, Beirholz. 
Wilson, Moss, Shipley. 



WHIPS 




Row I: (I. to r.) Lee, Selix, Reich, Miller, Bennett, Gerson, Weiller, Krauss, Shorenstein, Schiff- 
man. Row 2: Rago, Chang, Chan, Lam, Beverly, Gold, Brand, Atubit, Gordon. Row 3: Goode, 
Carter, Pinsky, Hamberger, Zimmerman, Rago, Hutchson, Charmak, Goldccn. /?oui 4.- Mendle, 
Bernstein. Wing, Lee, Chung, Combs, Frank, Lilienthal. 



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Row 1: (I. to r.) Peppers, Schiffman, Coutts. Row 2: Piotrokowski, Pearson, 

Herst, Boyson, LeGalle, Chung. 

RALLY COMMITTEE 




Row I: (I. to r.) Kay, Raas, LeGalle, Tat. Edwards. Row 2: Pearson, Soderstrom, Selix, Pinsky, Weu. 
Ponder, Kerens, Handleman, Assalino, Garcia. 




AUTOGRAPHS 



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Row I: (I. to r.) Smith, Joseph, Valputic, Fishcrow, Dorfman. 



Row 1: (I. to r.) Winslow, Davis, Tat. Row 2: Benve- 
niste. Smith, Callaghan. Row 3: Fragomenti, Edwards. 



Red Cross 




Row 1: (I. to r.) Johnson, Rago, Bautista, Casagrande, Armstrong, Lee, Henderson. Row 2: Jones, 
Zabinsky, Carter, Jenchen, Botehlo, Batanides, Willis, Edhehi. Row 3: Wong, Carillo, Thomas, Shifs, 
Irvine, Stohl. 

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Art Club 



Drama Club 





Row 1: (I. to r.) Lam, Lai, Matsura, Keane, Mr. Brandt, Kampman, 
Jew. 



Row 1 (I. to r.) Assalino, Barradas, Ponder, Lee, Tannhauser, Clark. 
Row 2: Gordon, Van Doren, Nicholes, Tauber, Stevens. 



Masque and Gavel 



Floral Arts 




Row I: (I. to r.) Raas, Harrison, Carillo, Joseph, Smith, Bercholz. 




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Row I: (I. to r.) Lee, Lai, Bautista, Robledo, Nunn. 



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Jackie Dutilh 




FOREIGN EXCHANGE 
STUDENT 



Our Foreign Exchange Student is 1 7-year-old Jacqueline Dutilh, 
who comes to us from Rotterdam, Holland. 

After filling out numerous applications, Jacqueline was asked 
to go to a Committee of the American Field Service. She was asked 
many questions in English and then her papers were sent to New York, 
the main office of the American Field Service. It was here that she was 
chosen to come to America, and within three weeks she was on her way. 

Jacqueline arrived in America in August. She is staying with the 
Carroll family on Clay Street and goes to school with her "sister" 
Martha, presently a low junior. 

Jacqueline graduated from high school in Holland, but is a high 
senior at Washington. This enables her to take American courses that 
are not offered in Holland. 

The main difference between Washington and her former school 
is the size. Jackie says that in Holland there were only 400 students. 
In Holland there are approximately 15 subjects, each of which are 
given only a few times or once a week. The languages of French, 
German, English, and the native Dutch are required of all students. 

Presently, Jackie is a member of the AFS, the French Club, GAA, 
and an honorary member of the GSS. 

Jacqueline will leave the Carroll family in June after graduation. 
She will then tour the United States for 3 weeks with the other mem- 
bers of the AFS, stopping at Washington, D.C., to meet President 
Johnson. From Washington, she will go back to Holland by ship. 

Although Jackie plans to live permanently in Holland with her 
family and friends, we sincerely hope that she will come back to Amer- 
ica and visit us. To Jacqueline, we of George Washington High School, 
wish the best of success and happiness always. 



Jackie and Ron Stallings discuss campus life. 




Backstage pranks! 



Jackie and Ron behind the scenes. 

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Jackie at work. 



BLOCK W 




Pat Horikoshi 
Fall President 



Beverly Assalino 
Spring President 



Rick Bibbero 
Fall President 



Row I: (I. to T.) Kai, Oyama, Morioka, Southall, Casagrandc, Posncr, Delson, Lee, 
Horikoshi. Row 2: Bollier, Botclho, Assalino, Nichols, Beverly, Horper, Meltescn, Colman. 
Row 3: David, Atomian, Franklin, Cruz, Jew, Chang, Matsura, Pelta, Fields. Row 4: Sasaki, 
Birsinger, Pritchard, Alberts, Small, Kanuf, Heieck, Soderstrom, SchilTman. 



LETTERMEN 




Row 1: (I. to r.) Wilson, Shannon, Yoshida, May, Bibbero, Dizon, Stanbridge, Barnes, 
Wu, Deringer, Nakano. Row 2: Perth, Kovacs, Bangert, Lee, Poynter, Popoff, Ignacio, 
Chang, Kukuchi, Francis. Row 3: Parent, Matsura, Thomas, MeyerhofF, Mendle, Barrs, 
Watterson, Carmen, Scramagiia, Haley, Reines, Dryden. 



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Row I: (I. to r.) Rodgers, Serbu, Sosnik, Bothelo, McTernan, Mintz, Pelta, Smith, Kahn, Jung, Joe, 
Ng, Tom, Chang, Andre, Herst, Cain. Row 2: Gold, Matsuo, Sommers, Gopez, Atomian, Brown, 
Nelson, Beverly, Soderstrom, Alberts, Nalisnik, Dutihl, Kariya, Wong, Willis, Pritchard, Kai. Row 3: 
Pelta, Silverberg, Tom, Davis, Golden, Vignola, David, Weiner, Reiss, Miller, Shorenstein, Horwitz, 
Joseph, Tauber, Schram, Miller, Foster. Row 4: Henderson, Partridge, Nichols, Fields, Lerner, 
Reeves, Chan, Johnson, Reeves, Horwitz, Joseph, Hamberger, Skipitaris, Gentkne. Row 5; Honer- 
man, Williams, Ishida, Garcia, Abrahms, Lee, Jung, Lai, Attabit, Penfield, Robbins. 





Marcia Bernstein 
Fall PresiderU 



Terry Heieck 
Spring PresiderU 




Row 1: (I. to r.) Hom, Penner, Chan, Allen, Akimoff, Hoshiyama, Gcrson, Handelman, Morioka, 
Southall, Casagrande, Robledo, Brown, Rodgers. Row 2: Birsinger, Taylor, Meltesen, Lang, Vogel, 
Posner, Delson, Hoper, Weillcr, Miller, Wong, Lei, Tung, Cruz, Bernstein. Row 3: Lee, Wilson, 
Reece, DiLeone, Morioka, Morris, Lloyd, Davis, Nelson, Filipi, Foster, Peppers, Pelta. Row 4: Ciold- 
stein, Schiffman, Aaron, Chang, Johnson, Fields, Coons. Row 5; Collins, Chang, Irvine, Bollier, 
Jen, Ericksen, Fielder, Jackson, Davis, Coutts, Boyson, Brown, Williams, Hooper, Pierce, Ishida. 



ROTC 
OFFICERS 





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WASHINGTON 

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Row 1: (I. to r.) Wegrauch, Jew, O'Day, Shields, Long, Kulka, Bums, 
Rogers, Chang; Row 2: Combs, Beals, Rothchild, Frank, Hecq, Wong, 
Caton, Garrison; Row 3: Lee, Rose, Chamberlin, Koehne, Campa, 
Abunda, Wong, Som. 



Row I: (I. to r.) Smith, Callaghan, Lim, Braun, Morales, Lem, Lang- 
sam, Dughman, Lew; Row 2: Turner, Carrillo, Villaroman, Maynes, 
Luce, Brown, R. Brown, V. Owen; Row 3: Nelson, Fredrick, Nel- 
son, Francisco, Flores, Milkovich, Mori, Cunningham. 




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Row I: (I to r.) Laxamana, Chinn, Loui^, Aimola, Street, Upshimky, 
Hidalgo. Row 2: Zerbib, Troyan, Koehne, Keitcr, Bemum, Thompson, 
Bcsana, Lepkc, Fung. Row 3: Hung, Misersky, Lahti, LoukianoiT, Wi- 
zowski, Johnson, Diggs, Jee. Row 4: Chan.Lcw, Kwong, Yee, Suan, 
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Bob Burns 



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Aubcry Holmes kicks off as Eagles open their season. 




On September 20, the 
Eagles opened their sea- 
son with a victory over 
Galileo, beating the 
Lions, 18-6. Russell Ma- 
lone scored two touch- 
downs, and Lee Benton 
added the final score 
with a 43 yard run on an 
interception. Bob Ma- 
suda did a fine job in 
leading the team all 
afternoon. Coaches 
Lubramersky and Nel- 
son were very pleased 
with the win which 
marked their varsity 
coaching debut. 



On September 27, the Eagles clobbered Lowell, 
26-0. The team played an excellent game as they out- 
classed and out-fought the Indians. The performances 
of Bob Prince in this game, brought him San Francisco's 
"Prep-of-the-Week" award. Bob intercepted three Lowell 
passes and ran a kick-off back 90 yards for an Eagle 
score. Washington hit, ran, and played hard throughout 
the whole game. They really deserved their win over 
arch-rival Lowell. 



LOWELL 



Holmes awaits the ball. 




Russ Malone (31) is piled up as 
John Salisbury (51) and Bill 
Currie (50) help block. 




On October 4 the mighty Eagles 
trounced Mission 23-6. The highlight 
of the game was when Aubrey Holmes 
kicked a 19 yard field goal. It was the 
first field goal kicked in the A.A.A. 
since 1956. This was the third consecu- 
tive victory for Washington. In their 
previous games the Eagles had only 
been scored upon twice, for a total of 
12 points. Touchdowns were scored by 
Smith, Benton, and Ritter. This was only 
the beginning of the many victories to 
come as the Eagles drew nearer to the 
half-way mark of the season. 



Don Smith (24) eludes the Mission tackier. 



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Aubrey Holmes (32) kicks first field goal since 1956. 



Seih Hicks (58) goes after the already tackled "bear." 



BALBOA 




On October 18 the Eagles trounced 
Balboa, 32-19. In a game marred with 
penalties, Washington kept alive its 
winning streak of four straight games. 
Aubery Holmes caught 2 touchdown 
passes, one from quarterback Biff 
Barnes, and the other from Ron Pong. 
Holmes also kicked 2 extra points for a 
game total of 12 points. Ron Fong led 
the passing attack, with 106 yards 
gained. The running attack was led 
by Ritter, Prince, and Malone. Victory 
in the Balboa game increased the Eagles 
bid for a 1963 playoff berth. 







October 25, 1963 marked the date of 
the 19th annual Bell Game, which was 
played on Washington's field before a 
crowd of over 5,000 cheering fans. The 
E)agles scored a decisive comeback victory 
over the Mustangs with a 13-12 score. Lin- 
coln dominated the first half, scoring their 
12 points on well-executed drives. After 
the half-time activities, a fired-up Eagle 
team came back very strong, and scored 
on Bob Masuda's touchdown runs. Holmes 
added the extra point after Masuda's sec- 
ond TD which proved to be the game win- 
ning point. A key interception by Nat 
Kirtman in the fourth quarter ended the 
final Mustang threat. 



Aubrey Holmes finds no place to go after catcliing the ball. 





The "victors" after regaining the bell. 



Lincoln bites the dust. 



BELL GAME 1963 



Half-time activities — the "Bell Court.' 



The "bell" in good hands. 




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SACRED HEART 

The Eagles scored a hard-fought victory over Sacred Heart 
on November 1, at Balboa's field. Bob Masuda again scored 
two touchdowns, and Aubrey Holmes kicked a field goal and 
two conversions, to lead the Eagles to a 1 7-7 victory. The Eagle 
defense, led by Ron Balakian, Seth Hicks, John Wells, and Nat 
Kirtman, to mention a few, put on a fine show, as they held 
the Irish to yards gained in the second half. The Eagles 
played a tough game that easily proved that they are going 
to be strong contenders in the 1963 AAA championships. 



Hicks, Wells and McGee close in on trapped Irish. 



SAINT IGNATIUS 

On November 8 the SI Wildcats came to Washington's 
field to meet the Eagles in a battle of the undefeated. The Cats 
scored a 14-6 victory in a game played on a muddy field. The 
E)agles played a tough game, but the big Cats marched for two 
scores in the first half. The Eagles got on the scoreboard on a 
Russ Malone pass to Brian Crannert, who fought off the Cat 
defender and went in for the TD. The defense for both teams 
was excellent. This marked Washington's first defeat in the 
'63 season. 




Irish make valiant attempt to catch Eagle, Russ 
Malone. 



Eagles find it rough going against tough SI defense. 



Nat Kirtman hangs on to Cat 32 as he goes over 
to score. 




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POLY 

The Friday, November 15 game 
against Poly ended the 1963 round- 
robin season for the Eagles. The 7-0 
win over the Parrots gave Washington 
a 7-1 record, the l)est any Eagle squad 
has had at Washington for a long time. 
Playing against a tough Poly team, look- 
ing for a spot in the playoffs, the Eagles 
pounded out a touchdown in the third 
quarter on a 6 yard run by Bob Masuda. 
This was the first time that a Washing- 
ton team shut out the Parrots since the 
AAA began. 




Bob Prince (30) lakes off with the ball. 



SEMI FINALS 



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On November 21 the Washington Eagles 
moved into the championship game by defeating 
Sacred Heart 25-13 in the first of two AAA playoff 
games. The Eagles completely dominated the 
Irish throughout the game. The defense was 
tremendous, as they held the Irish to minus net 
yardage. The Eagles scored on their first play of 
the game on a Barnes to Kirtman pass, which 
covered 60 yards. Bob Masuda, Russ Malone and 
Bob Prince kept the offense moving for the rest 
of the game, as the Eagles scored three more 
times to put the game on ice. 



Bob Masuda (17) evades the clutches of the Irish. 



Bob Prince (30) escapes the Irish. 




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Cranert (45) catches a Barnes (11) pass for a would be TD, but an 
offside penalty called the play back. 



Kirtman (49) and Salisbury (51) break through the SI line and 
put pressure on Calcagno (16). 




Coaches of the year. Nelson and Lubamersky. 



The Eagles played the SI Wildcats on December 7 
for the A. A. A. championship. The Cats defeated Wash- 
ington 21-0. The massive SI line opened up big holes 
for Johnson and Dugan and gave excellent protection 
for quarterback Ray Calcagno. The Eagles were plagued 
with injuries early in the game; John Wells and Seth 
Hicks, outstanding linemen, were put out of the game. 
John Salisbury played a terrific game on both offense 
and defense. An Eagle touchdown on a Barnes to 
Cranert pass was called back because of an offside pen- 
alty. The Eagles displayed many drives, but all were 
halted by the tough Cat defense. Congratulations must 
be given to Coaches Lubamersky and Nelson and their 
fine team for an outstanding game and an outstanding 
season. Washingtonians can be very proud of their 
varsity football team. 





Prince (30) turns the comer as Balakian (54) watches the SI pursuit 



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Bob Masuda hands the ball to Malone (3 1 ) as Cranert (45) heads 
downfield to block. 



J.V.'S WIN CITY CHAMPIONSHIP 




Bottom row: Hart, La Pera, Kuzirian, King, Adams, Peralta, Price. Wells, Yim, Denaman. Top row: 
Coach Firpo, Smith, Ng, Pcdrin, Pickering, Raisner, Rubenstein, Ampula, Strickland, Ladd, Paton, 
Lewis, Mullins, Durkin, Jones, Michelucci, Tucker, O'Neil, Lreg, Coach Brock. 



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In the backfield, things began looking up for Washington's J. V.'s. The two 
hard working coaches, Firpo and Brock developed the boys into a champion- 
ship team, which went through the season with a record of 6 wins and no losses. 
The team scored impressive victories over Lowell, SI, and SH. Two games on 
the schedule were cancelled because of the rain. It was a determined team ef- 
fort throughout the season which brought the JV's their City title. Credit is 
given, however, to these outstanding members: Captain John Adams, James 
Day, Greg Pedrin, Willy Durkin, Gerald Ladd, Ken Price, Morrey Rubenstein, 
Mike O'Neil, and of course, Virgil Paton. Congratulations to Coach Firpo and 
Coach Brock and their great team for bringing the Junior Varsity football 
championship to Washington. 



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Mission man gets trapped by Eagles. 



Mike O'Neil gets ball, with good blocking in front, and goes for big gain. 



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SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL 




Row I: (I. to r.) Shifs, Brunori, Sakai, Koch, Gatsos, Rags, Won; Row 2: Walker, O'Connor, Ware, 
Sandhu, Chinn, Colgin, Ja, Curtin, Merillion, Chapin. 



Early season injuries plagued the Eaglets, causing two losses and a tie in 
their first three games. Following the slow start, Coach Ruane's team won four 
of its final five games. They lost a close game, 13-7, to the S.I. Wildcats, who 
won the league title. In the final drive the Eaglets upset previously unbeaten 
Lincoln. Throughout the season a few players showed promise for future varsity 
success. These players included Ernest Provost, Delano Walker, and Otto Cole- 
man. Other outstanding players were Alfred, Colquin, and Chinn. Congratula- 
tions to Coach Ruane and his team for a good season. 



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Bob Macias 

Inside Right 

All-City 



Jon Kioniti 

Inside Lett 

All-City 




Mike Ivanow 
Goalie 
All City 




George Fernandez 

Left Fullback 

All-Cliv 




Roger Sarria 

Left Halfback 

All-City 

Envir Safir 
Center Forward 



SOCCER TEAM 



Coach Ellinger and his team won the 1963 AAA Soc- 
cer Championship with a round-robin championship and a 
victory in the playoffs. They finished the season with a 
record of seven wins, no losses and three ties. In the overall 
league season, the Eagles scored 25 goals and had only one 
goal scored against them; this was due to Washington's All- 
City goalie, Mike Ivanow and the rest of the defensive- 
minded team. Coach Ellinger stressed defense first and 
then offense. His strategy and hard work payed off in the 
first victory in many years. Bob Macias and Jon Fromer led 
the AAA scorers with 1 goals apiece, Envir Safir scored 5 
goals. This is a remarkable record because the third lead- 
ing scorer in the city had only 6 goals to his credit. In addi- 
tion to Ivanow, Macias, and Fromer, Washington placed 
George Fernandez and Roger Sarria on the first string All- 
City; Chris Wager and Envir Safir were named to second- 
string All-City positions. It was a team effort throughout 
the season that gave Washington the championship. Jon 
Fromer won the Most Valuable Player award and Floyd 
Harley received the Most Improved Player award. Con- 
gratulations to Mr. Ellinger and his fine team for their 
excellent play, in bringing Washington the AAA Soccer 
Championship. 



Washington I 
Washington 6 
Washington 
Washington 3 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington 
Semi-Finals 
Washington 4 
Finals 
Washington 



Mission 
Poly 

Lincoln 
Calileo 
Balboa 
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Lowell 



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Mission 



Chris Wager 
Center Halfback 



Gene Stashuk 
Outside Left 



Sam Gerzowski 
Right Fullback 



Jim 1.Jm 





Ludwig Kiramidjian 




Bob Bentley 




Tom Verkozen 




Jose Lopez — Contreras 




Tony Dizon 
Left Halfback 

Ken Nakano 
Outside Right 




A.A.A. CHAMPS 




Row 1: (I. to r.) Contreras, Shimamoto, Nakano, Verko/en, King, Fromer, Morales. Row 2; Jue, 
Berzin, Hayward, Garcia, Rodriquez. Row 3: Krebs, Bentley, Fernandez, Macias, Stashuk, Nicolieff, 
Ceddillos. Row 4: Hanayama, Gerzowski, Wager, Dizon, Sarria, Harley, Coach Ellinger. 



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I 1 2'S WIN TITLE 




Left to right: Jamerson, Creswell, Smymi, Alsobrook, Berl, Punzal, DeWitt, Popoff, Nakamoto, 
Iwamasa, Hamada, J. McGrath, Coach; A. Athanasopoulus, Trainer; D. Corseni, Coaching Intern. 



Washington's lightweight basketball teams made an 
excellent showing in the '63 season with the 1 12's win- 
ning the City championship and the 120's tying for 
second place. Outstanding players on the 1 12's were: 
Punzel and De Witt, while the 120's were led bv Ray 
Coleman. The 112's finished the season with a 9-0 



record. The 120's lost only two games and won seven; 
they tied with Galileo for second place, with Mission 
winning the championship. Congratulations to Mr. 
McGrath, Mr. Athanasopoulus, and Mr. Corsetti, as 
well as their fine teams for an outstanding season. 



I20'S TIE FOR SECOND 




Left to right: Sato, Yano, Pen, Wong, Thompson, Chin, Holmes, Ignacio, Horikoshi, Coleman (All 
City), Valenzuela, Lay, Coach John Mc Grath 



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CROSS COUNTRY 




Row 1: (I to r.) Groh, Lilienthal, Wing, Akimoff. Row 2: Lenz, Paradesis, Barnes, Cunningh 
Row 3: Carman, Sussman, Pettus, Batanidies. Row 4: John Powers, Gormandski, Vosher, Mi 



Jim Powers 




Row 1: (I. to r.) Starlov, McCallum, Meiss. Row 2: Horn, Diaz, Usanhoff, Bangert. Row J: Stallings, 
Bucklin, Guitterez, Scott. Row 4: Briceno, Arajona, Gordon. Row i: Meyskens 



The Eagle Harriers finished second in dual meet 
comfjetition, losing a close meet to champion Poly. Coach 
Redlicks team finished a strong fourth in All-City com- 
petition. Merritt Thomas was the teams outstanding man, 
finishing seventh among individual performers. The top 
seven runners for Washington were: Merritt Thomas, 
Alex Vosher, John and Jim Powers, Dick Hon, George 
Gormandski, and Pete Batanides. 



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Left to right: Bell, Little, Ronan, Scramaglia, Kirmabom, Whitcomb, 
Watterson, Teag^e, Wilson, Balzar, G. Mizell, S. Mizell, Sutton, 



O'Connor, Chang. Missing from picture: Cash, Owens, Wynne, Mor- 
gan, Moses. Kneeling is Coach John McGrath. 



The Washington Varsity Basketball Team of 1963- 
1964 was one of the best teams the Eagles have had in 
years. Coach McGrath's team led by All-City Forward 
Ken Whitcomb went all the way to the AAA playoffs 
before being defeated in the first round by S.I., 43-30. 
This was only the second league loss for the Eagles; the 
S.H. team defeated Washington 65-30 in a regular sea- 
son game. The Eagles best games were played against 
Lincoln, where the Mustangs were defeated in a 60-54 
thriller. The game was not decided until the closing 
minutes of play. Ed Wilson led the Eagles to victory in 
that game with 20 points. The Eagles also defeated S.I. 
in their first meeting by a 63-30 victory. The Cats were 
at the mercy of the dominant Eagles throughout the 



entire game. Stu Watterson pulled down 22 rebounds 
and 14 points to help the Eagles coast to victory. Per- 
formances like this brought Stu a position on the Sec- 
ond String All-City Team. The AAA competition was 
the strongest in many years, with Washington, Lincoln 
and S.H. finishing in a tie for first place after the round- 
robin with 9 and 1 records. S.H. defeated S.I. in the 
championship game; they will be the AAA's representa- 
tive in the Tournament of Champions competition. 
Phil Scramaglia, Ken Balzar and Bill Chang rounded 
out Washington's top six and helped push the Eagles 
into the play-offs. Congratulations to Coach McGrath 
and his fine team for the excellent showing they made 
in the 1963-64 season. 



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FIRST: DEFEATED IN PLAYOFFS 




Watterson lays in two, as Scramaglia (17) and Balzar (48) look on. 



Scramaglia drives for a lay-up, as Ken Whitcomb comes in to 

assist. 




Ken Whitcomb hiu a free throw against SH. 

Washington 68 

Washington 63 

Washington 60 

Washington 43 

Washington 46 

Washington 30 

Washington 59 

Washington 60 

Washington 43 

Washington 30 



Watterson controls the tip against SI. 

Wilson 21 

S.I 30 

Lincoln 54 

LowelL 36 

Balboa : 35 

S.H 65 

Mission 34 

Galileo 31 

Poly 19 

S.I. (playoffs) 43 



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Washington's ISO's finished the season with a record of 4 wins and 5 losses. 
They played good ball all year winning tough games and losing easy ones. The 
team was led by Bobby Wang, who made the All-City First String Team. Paul 
Dobie was also a consistent player who was tough on the boards and helped 
Washington in clinch situations by making key rebounds. Gene Holman and 
Floyd Piper also played well for the Eagles, as did Jerry Mahoney and Elmer 
Sims. The bench strength was led by Ken Parks, Mike Scott, and Ken Gray. Mr. 
A's team played good games, losing by close scores in most of their defeats. 
The team played hard all season and should be congratulated along with their 
coach, Mr. A., for a fine season. 



Washington 52 

Washington 46 

Washington 66 

Washington 45 

Washington 54 

Washington 38 

Washington 60 

Washington 55 

Washington 57 



Galileo 44 

Poly 50 

Balboa 77 

S.H 43 

S.I 65 

Lincoln 45 

LowelL 59 

Mission 59 

Wilson 43 



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GOLF 




The Washington golf team, with about as much 
experience and talent as they have had in years, is 
expected to be the top contender to upset defending 
champion Lincoln. This list, not necessarily in order, 
is a fair indication of the team this year: Roger Mialacq, 
Gary Hamada, Jim Haley, Brad Lucy, Larry Cerf, Jay 
Osborne who shot a hole in one at Lincoln golf course 
on Friday the 13th, Paul Brady, Sid Goldstein, Hal 
Baer, Richard Lepke, Peter Baylacq, and Steve Beck. 
The team has many practice matches at well known 



courses, such as Pebble Beach, Stanford, Peninsula, 
Chabot, Meadow Club, Merced and Alameda. The 
AAA league has a number of good teams this season, 
and Coach McGrath feels that his duffers will have to 
play top golf to win the title. There has been a change 
this year in match proceedings; medal play will be en- 
acted this year instead of the usual match play. This 
means that the top five scores from eight golfers will 
be counted and added up. Good luck to Coach McGrath 
and his team in their determined bid for the city title. 



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TENNIS 



Washington's varsity tennis 
team has made a very impres- 
sive showing this far in the 
1 964 season. Under the coach- 
ing of Mr. Callen the team 
has beaten Sacred Heart, Bal- 
boa, and Lincoln high schools. 
They should give Lowell a 
good battle for the AAA 
championship. The top five 
thus far are, Bruce Hall, 
Bart Goldberg, John Wong, 
and Sam Gerzowski, and Ken 
Combs. The three doubles 
teams are, Quincy Lay and 
Jeff Levin, Oliver Ignacio and 
Emil De Guzman, Peter Sills 
and Jerry Togawa. Th^ese 
boys are the ones who will 
compete for Washington in 
the league matches. With the 
hard work and determination 
that these boys and their 
coach have exhibited thus far 
in the season, they should be 
one of the top contenders in 
the 1964 AAA tennis league. 




Top Row: Lay, Ignacio, Gerzowski, Combs, Mr. Callen. Bottom Row: Levin, Goldberg, Hall, Wong, 
DeGuzman. 



J.V. BASEBALL 




Back Row: Coach A., Dodd, Martin, Gotham, Durkin, Jones, Olson, Rowekamp, Herbert. Middle 
Row: Marowitz, Johnson, Kauffman, Lewis, Brown. Baugh, Jenkins, Hieda, Safdie. Second Row: 
Young, Mineishi, Harris, Bailey, Forester, DeGracio, Wells, White, Hamada. 

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J.V. Baseball coach, Mr. 
"A" forecasts a bright season 
for Washington's 1964 ball 
club. He says that his lx>ys will 
finish high above the 500 
mark. The Eagle JV's will 
be led by: Hamada, Lewis, 
Durkin, White, De Gracia, 
Wells, and Baugh. The team 
has won it's practice games at 
the time this book went to 
press, and it looks that Mr. 
"A" and his team are headed 
for a good season in the '64 
league. 



BASEBALL 




The Eagle horsehiders under Coach Sovdie are 
enjoying the most successful season in many years. So 
far in the season the Washington varsity has lost a 
couple of close games and has also won a couple. SI 
fell to the Eagles 6 to 3 and Wilson was also defeated 
9 to 6. The Eagles lost games to Galileo 4 to 2, Poly 
5 to 3, and Lincoln 12 to 3. In the preseason practice 
games. Eagle hurler Tony Matthews pitched a no-hitter 
against Terra Nova as Washington won 17 to 0. This 
years team is led by Merritt Barnes, Jon Guitteres, John 
Adams, Mike Evanow, Lee Evans, Don Carman, 
Roger Sarria, Al Gralnick, Steve, Bumpsy, Jones, Pat 



Radcliff, Rich Gazzano, Tony Matthews, and Al 
Lenoard. All-City candidate from last year, Steve Gold- 
smith, has been out for the early part of the season with 
an injury. His return in the latter half of the year should 
give the team added strength. Washington plays each 
team in the AAA twice, and the top four teams are sent 
to the playoffs. So far a couple games have been 
rained out. The team is a strong one with a lot of 
potential; the remainder of the season should find 
Coach Sovdie and his team in the thick of the 1964 AAA 
title race. 





SWIMMERS BID FOR TITLE 




The 1964 swimming team under Coach Frank 
Ellinger is the top contender for the AAA title this 
year. The team performed very well in their 15 pre- 
season meets. They met such teams as the University of 
California freshmen, the San Jose State freshmen, City 
College of San Francisco, Napa Santa Rosa, Menlo, 
Jefferson, Harry Ells, San Mateo, Capachino, Carl- 
mont, Montgomery, and Mills. The 120's, ISO's and 
Unlimiteds did very well against these tough competi- 
tors. So far in the league meets, the Eagle mermen de- 
molished the Balboa swim team by an overwhelming 
margin. Coach Ellinger has been working the team out 
very hard at Fleishacker Pool, the scene of all league 
meets. He figures that the team should win the over 
all championship from defending champs and arch 
rivals S.I. This year's varsity is led by Allan Stanbridge, 
Rick Meyerhoff, Alex Shestakov, Dave Dryden, Bob 
Davis, Jim Bangert, Bruce Smith, Alex Avdeef, Bob 
Froggatt, and Ron Appel. Jim Firth, Al Minville, Frank 
Harris, Woody Marshall, Steve Kovacs are also top per- 
formers. The 1 30's are led by King Carl Derringer, Guy 
Hiroshima, DougGuillon, Don Lofton, Alex Amochaev, 
Jon Cotton, Pete Oquist, Ken Shimosaka, Steve Snow, 
Glenn Watanabe, Herman White, Roger Strauss, Roger 



Toulze, and Jim Friedman. The 120's are led by Rich- 
ard Zimmerman, Rick Bibbero, Sandy Constine, John 
Kakushi, Ronald Omori, Tony Matsumota, Brian Mat- 
sumura. Bob Phillips, Jan Shannon, Tak Yoshida, and 
James Rogers. School records were broken this season 
by varsity and 130 performers. Rick Meyerhoff broke 
the 100 yard free and the 60 yard free records for 
varsity. Alex Shestakov broke the record for the 100 
yard butterfly and the 200 yard free. Allan Stanbridge 
broke school records in the 400 yard free, the 200 yard 
individual medley, and the 133 yard individual medley. 
The relay team of Rick Bibbero, King Carl Derringer, 
Herman White, and James Friedman broke the 160 
yard medley relay record. The team this year boasts 
the best timers and managers in the city. Francie 
Choteau, Linda Reich, Gail Goldstein, Jackie Herst, and 
Ellie De Felippo, are the competent timers and Mac 
Seimel, Tony Dizon, are the managers. With the best 
coach in the city who has developed the finest team 
in the city the Washington swimming team will be one 
of the top contenders for the 1964 AAA title. This 
writer is sure that the team effort put through in meets 
thus far will carry the team to the championship. 



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Carl Deringer 





Jim Friedman 




Guy Hiroshima 




John Kakiuchi 



Bob Philip 



Ken Shimosaka 



Pete Oqvist 







Jim Rogers 



Rich Zimmerman 




Herman White 





Ron Omori 





Steve Snow 






Doug Guillon 




Max Seimel and 
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Herman White 



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Sports Editor 



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As the Surveyor goes to press, the Eagle trackmen 
coached by Mr. Redlick and Mr. Nelson are top con- 
tenders for the 1964 A.A.A. title. The varsity and 120's 
are currently undefeated, and the 130's are an even 
.500. Both coaches feel that with a little luck and a lot 
of hard work, the team can defeat the rest of the city's 
teams. Outstanding varsity performers include Prince, 
Provost, Smith, and Benton in the sprints, Johnson and 
Baranoff in the 440, and Thomas in the 880. Johnson 
and Kirtman look good in the hurdles, and the relay 
team of Provost, Prince, Wells, and Benton could break 
the city record. The weightmen are led by Wells, Bern- 



stein, Salisbury, and Duckworth. The field events are 
led by Russell and Benton in the broad jump; Gordon 
and Holmes in the high jump; and Sussman is the lead- 
ing fxjie vaulter. The lightweight performers are: Patillo, 
Yerman, Greenberg, Pif>er, Scott, Gaines, Garrett, Sims, 
Fromer, Robinson, Silverstein, and L. Gordon. The 
120's are led by O. Coleman, Mosely, Pagcaliwagon, 
Colyear, J. Coleman, Rago, Israel, Wong, Nakano, and 
Kormos. We think that with the {jcrformances already 
turned in so far, the team will go all the way, and 
capture the A.A.A. track title. 



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Jerry Woolf 
President 




Doug Sweet 
Vice-President 




CLASS OF FALL 1963 

Our little class, made up of less than 200 grad- 
uates, came into being in February of 1961. Al- 
though we were small, we were strong, full of 
spirit, and willing to work and work hard. 

In our sophomore year we planted shrubbery 
in order to further beautify our school. We also 
had numerous cake sales and car washes. 

During our junior year we presented our Jun- 
ior Day entitled "West Side" and the Junior Day 
Dance, "Dance in the Gym." Next, came our fabu- 
lous Junior Prom, "Midnight Magic" which was 
held in the Grand Ballroom of the Fairmont Hotel. 

From there the time flew by and before we 
knew it we were high and mighty seniors, with 
much excitement ahead. There was Senior Day, 
"On The Beach," and the dance "Beach Ball." 
Our Senior Prom, "Arivederci," was held at the 
St. Francis Hotel in the Italian Room. 

Commencement exercises on January 29, 1964 
brought to an end our three years at George Wash- 
ington High School, but three years never to be 
forgotten. 




Marsha Rhine 
Secretary 




Colette Mercier 
Treasurer 




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Betsy Franklin 
Exec. Council 



Arlene Hewlett 
Exec. Couruil 





DWIGHT ABRAHAM -Football, swim- 
ming, wrestling. 

JOHN AHERN- Scarlet and Grey. 

WENDY ALLPORT-GSS, GAA pres, Jr. 
and Sr. Day, SB secty, 2nd V.P., H-10 V.P. 



JUDY ALLYN-GSS, GAA, Jr. Day. 
RICHARD ANDERSON -JV basketball. 
ROBERT ANDERSON 









RON BALAKIAN-Lettermen, JV & var- 
sity football, track, Jr. and Sr. Day. 

EMMA BALANGA-Jr. and Sr. Day. 

EDWARD BALONEY 



TANIA BARANOFF 

JACKIE BAREILLES-Prin. Cab., Jr. and 

Sr. Day. 

MARY BARFIELD-GAA, Jr. & Sr. Day. 









CAROL BATEMAN-Jr. & Sr. Day, Ex. 
Dance Comm., Ex. Council L-IO secty, reg 
VP. 

SUE BATES 

JO ANN BENSON - Red Cross, reg secty. 






BOB BENTLEY- Soccer. Eagle rep. 

BEVERLY BENTON -GAA, Adv. Girls 
Glee. 

FRANK BERMINGHAM 



VEEJAY BHARGAVA 

ROBERT BOSIN-Jr. Day, rcg. ireas. 

BRIAN BOWEN 





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PATRICIA BOWSER 

JAMES BRANSTEN- Scarlet & Grey, Jr. & 
Sr. Day, World Affairs Club. 

JERRY BRUCKMAN 



RICHARD CAMPBELL- Lettermen, swim 
team. 

ERNEST CHEU 

CRAIG CLARK -Scarlet & Grey. 









CONNIE CLAY 

JAN CLAYTON -Scarlet & Grey, GAA, Jr. 
& Sr. Day, Red Cross, Princ. Cab., reg. pres., 
secty., treas. 

JENNIFER COLE -Jr. & Sr. Day, GAA, H- 
II treas., reg. secty., vp. 



DIANA COLEMAN -GSS, CSF, Block W, 
Jr. Day, GAA secty., reg. officer. 

SUSAN COLVIN-GSS, Sr. Adv., Scarlet & 
Grey, reg. treas., Jr. & Sr. Day, Princ. Cab. 

KEN COLYER- Scarlet & Grey, Jr. Day, 
Princ. Cab., reg. pres. 






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ART CON NELLY -Eagles, Lettermen, Jr. 
& Sr. Day, swim team, class pres., treas., VP, 
reg. pres. 

BRIAN CRANERT- Eagle pres.. Letter- 
men pres., H-11 pres., football, golf, swim 
teams, reg. officer, Jr. & Sr. Day. 

CATHLEEN CRONIN-Scarlet & Grey, Jr. 
& Sr. Day, H-1 1 secty., Princ. Cab. 



GREG CYKM AN - Lettermen Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Scarlet & Grey, L-10 treas. 

JEANNINE DALTON 

SUSANNE DAVIS -Scarlet & Grey, Jr. Day, 
reg. pres, and secty. 









ARTHUR DULBERG-basketball. 
LANE ELIZARDE-JV football, track 
ELISE EPSTEIN 



MARILYN ERKKILA- Scarlet & Grey, Jr. 
& Sr. Day, Ex. Dance Comm., song girl, L-IO 
secty., reg. pres. 

MARCO ESPINOZA-rep. VP. 

SALLY FELSCH-GAA, Jr. Day. 






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SUE FIELDS-GSS.GAA.Jr. &Sr. Day, SB 
treas., Ex. Council. 

LOUIS FINLEY-JV football, Irack. 

VIVIAN FISHER 



MARGIE FONG 

RON FONG -Eagles, Scarlet tc Grey, Jr. &: 
Sr. Day, reg. pres., football, JV baseball. 

ELIZABETH FRANKLIN -GSS, GAA, Jr. 
& Sr. Day. 









GEORGIA FREYSLABEN-GAA. 

DAVE FRIEDMAN -Eagles, football. Let- 
termen, Jr. Sc Sr. Day. 

TONY GALLARDO-SB president. Eagles, 
band, H-10 pres. 



RUTH GARBELL-GSS. Jr. & Sr. Day, 
GAA historian, reg. secty.. Surveyor staff. 

JAMES GARCIA 

FRANK GARFIELD-Jr. & Sr. Day, CSF, 
Ex. Council, World Affairs club. 









GEORGE GROMADSKI -Scarlet & Grey, 
reg. VP, track, swimming, cross country, 
basketball. 

PAMELA HAINES-GAA, Red Cross. ■ 

ROBERT HAINES- Eagles, Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Scarlet & Grey, reg. pres.. Eagle rep. 



BEVERLY HALL -Jr. Day, Scarlet & Grey, 
Red Cross. 

BARBARA HAMILTON -Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Red Cross, Eagle rep. 

KATS HANAYAMA 









BARBARA HARRIS-Jr. & Sr. Day, GAA, 
Bus. Ed. Club. 

ANNETTE HASTINGS 

SAUNDRA HENDERSON 



CHARLENE HERDMAN-Jr. Day, GAA, 
reg. pres., VP. 

PAULA HERINGHI-GAA, Jr. Day, Block 
W, CSF, Prin. Cab. 

JANET HEWARTSON-Jr. & Sr. Day, 
GAA, Block W, commencement secty. 









ARLENE HEWLETT-GSS, GAA, Jr. & Sr. 
Day, Block W, Prin. Cab., Ex. Council. 

GERRY HOLCOMB- Science Club, Science 
Fair. 

ELLEN HOLLERAN -Scarlet & Grey, Jr. Sc 
Sr. Day, Red Cross, reg. secty. 



ANNIE HOLLOWAY 

MARY HONTALAS- Scarlet & Grey, Jr. & 
Sr. Day, GAA, reg. VP, secty. 

CORRINNE HOOBYAR-GSS, Block W, 
Scarlet & Grey, Jr. Day, Sr. Adv., reg. VP, 
treas. 









VIRGINIA HUMBURG- A Cappella. 

CARL IIYAMA 

RICHARD ISH IDA -Cross Country, track. 



HELEN JONES 

BEVERLY JUE-GAA. Block W, Jr. Day, 
Scarlet & Grey. 

HARRYETTE KACHALSKY-Red Cross, 
Jr. & Sr. Day. reg. pres., VP. 









PAUL KANTZ 



ROBERT KAMLER 



KATIE LANER-GAA 



JOHN LAPADURA 

ANITA LEE -Jr. & Sr. Day, Red Cross, reg. 
secty., gen. dance comm. 

MARSHA LERNER-GSS, Jr. & Sr. Day, 
GAA, CSF, Princ. Cab., Ex. Coun. L-Il 
treas. 




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GABE LEVY— Advanced band, drum corps. 

BARBARA LEWIS 

CARMENCITA LEWIS -Scarlet & Grey, 
Jr. & Sr. Day, GAA, Eagle rep., reg. treas., 
VP, secty. 



JAMES LIGGONS-Sr. Day, Adv. Band, 
Princ. Cab., Scarlet & Grey. 

KEN LOWLIS 

YVONNE MARNETT-Jr. & Sr. Day, GAA, 
Whip. 








COLETTE MERCIER-GSS, GAA, Whip, 
Jr. & Sr. Day, CSF treas., VP, Block W, H-12 
treas., reg. officer, French Club. 

NAIL MINAl- Eagles, Whip, Jr. Day, L-12 
treas., cross country, track. 

GEOFFREY MIZEL-Jr. & Sr. Day, track, 
basketball, French Club, German Club. 



RHODA MIZIS- Scarlet & Grey, GAA, 
Princ. Cab., Ex. Council. 

DAVE MONTERO- baseball 

BETTY MOORE-Jr. Day, GAA, Red Cross, 
Advanced Chorus. 









WILLIAM MORRIS -basketball, track. 

CHRISTINE MURPHY-GSS, GAA, Jr. & 
Sr. Day, Scarlet & Grey, Block W, L-12 VP, 
H-10 secty., A Cappella. 

YUKO MUTO 



CYNTHIA NAKANISHI 
JUDY NANCE 
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NANCY NISHIMURA 



LYNDA ONO-GAA, Jr. & Sr. Day. 

PAT PALISI-Jr. ic Sr. Day, GAA. Eagle 
rep., reg. sccty. 



ELVERETT PARKS 

CAROLYN PECK 

MIRIAM PETRANKER-GAA, Jr. Day, 
Red Cross, Princ. Cab. 








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DAVID POTTER-Swim team. 

ROLAND PRATOUSSY 

CHRIS PRAY -Jr. & Sr. Day, Rally comm., 
reg. treas., VP. 



NELLIE PROTASOFF-Red Cross, reg. 
treas., secty., VP. 

APRIL RABY 

HERB RAPHAEL-Lettermen, soccer team, 
swim team. 









JOYCE REDDICK-Jr. & Sr. Day, GAA, 
Eagle rep., reg. treas. 

MARSHA RHINE-GSS alumni secty, L-12, 
H-12 secty., Princ. Cab., Block W, GAA, 
Surveyor staff, Whips, reg. officers. 

FELIX SAGUN 



SONDRA SAGER-Jr. & Sr. Day, GAA, 
term play. 

LORRAINE SALDUBEHERE- Scarlet & 
Grey. 

VAL SALVADOR -Jr. & Sr. Day, A Cap- 
pella, reg. treas. 








LEWIS SCOTT -Senior Adv., track, foot- 
ball, cross country. 

FAYE SEARCIE-Princ. Cab. 

ELLEN SELLINGER-GAA, Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Scarlet & Grey. 







FRANK SANCHEZ 

GAIL SAVIN -GAA, Jr. & Sr. Day. 

LANCE SCOBLE 








DIANE SENGENBERGER-Princ. Cab., 
reg. treas., VP. 

DIANA SHAFFER 

MAX SIEMEL-Reg. treas., football man- 
ager. 



TOM SMITH 

WAYNE SPAR-F.agles, CSF.Jr. & Sr. Day 
Senior adv., Princ. Cab., reg. pres., VP. 

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DWAIN SWAIN -Football, reg. treas., sen- 
ior advisor. 

WILLIE SWANSON 

DOUG SWEET -Lettermen, Jr. & Sr, Day. 
swim team, golf team, H-I2 VP, reg. pres. 



HAL TAUBER — Eagles, senior adv., adv. 
band, Princ. Cab., reg. VP, treas. 

PATRICIA THOMPSON -GSS, Scarlet & 
Grey, Jr. & Sr. Day, GAA, L- 1 1 secty., H- 1 1 
VP, reg. treas., secty. 

CONNIE TURNER -GSS, Scarlet & Grey, 
Jr. & Sr. Day, Block W. GAA, reg. pres., 
A Cappella. 









ROSALINO VALENCIA 

MARIAN VALPUTIC-GSS, Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Block W, GAA, Whips, World Affairs Club, 
Princ. Cab. 

VICKI WALLER -Jr. & Sr. Day. 



RICK WARD -Jr. & Sr. Day, Science Club, 
Eagle rep. 

VINCENT WELCHER-Sr. Day. 

PIERRE WILLIAMS 









SHIRLEY WILLIAMS-Jr. & Sr. Day, Exec. 
Dance comm.. Scarlet & Grey, Princ. Cab., 
reg. treas. 

CARL WILSON 

SANDRA WINFREY 



SUE WINSLOW -Jr. & Sr. Day, Stage Crew, 
Eagle rep., reg. secty. 

JAN WOOD -Jr. & Sr. Day. GAA. 

JERRY WOOLF- Eagles, football. Scarlet 
& Grey, L-12, H-12 president, Jr. & Sr. Day. 








PHILIP YATABE- Scarlet & Grey, Jr. &Sr. 
Day, Senior Adv., Bridge Club, reg. VP. 

DON YERBIC-Lettermen, football, swim 
team. 

ALFRED YOUNG -Jr. & Sr. Day, track, 
cross country, wrestling, Lettermen, Eagle 
rep. 



GWENDOLYN YOUNG 




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Rick Bibbero 
Vice-President 




Roseta Pearson 
Treasurer 




Ararat Pogosian 
President 

CLASS OF SPRING 1964 

In September of 1961 our class entered 
George Washington. At a toul of 900 students we 
were one of the largest classes ever to enter this 
school. Organization was difficult with so many 
scattered individuals, but we managed to unite 
and thereby carry out all our activities with great 
success. 

During our sophomore year we held a very 
successful cake sale under the leadership of our 
president, Bob Masuda, and our vice president, 
Bob Merchant. With the money derived from this 
cake sale we planted shrubbery. As our term proj- 
ect we sent Eagle newspapers to servicemen who 
had formerly attended Washington. 

In our Junior year our big project was Junior 
Day, "The Bears and the Bees," and our Junior 
Prom, "Midnight Mist" at the Fairmont Hotel. 

Our senior year projects began with the pre- 
sentation of a movie to earn money for our Senior 
prom. From our treasury we arranged for a trophy 
in memory of John F. Kennedy to be awarded each 
year to a graduating senior excelling in leadership 
in his class and school. Our Senior Day, "Guts and 
Jewels" was followed by our successful Senior Day 
Dance and a senior picnic the next day. The crown- 
ing touch to our entire senior year was our beauti- 
ful senior prom, "Moments to Remember," at the 
St. Francis. Finally with mixed emotions we grad- 
uated from George Washington at the Opera 
House on June 11, 1964. ^ 





Lille Foster 

Secretary 




Wendy Bollier 
Exec. Council 



Berwyn Lee 
Exec. Council 



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JOHN ABRAHAMS 

ALAN ADAMS -Plans to attend City Col- 
lege. 

JOHN ADAMS- Boys' Glee, A Cappella, 
Varsity Football, term play. 









ZENAIDA AGBAYANI- Business Club 
JOHN AHNIN 
BRUCE AITKEN 



ROBERT AJLOUNY 

ROSA AKERSTEIN-Princ. Cab., Sr. Day, 
German Club, Scarlet & Grey, reg. pres., 
sec. 

ALEX AKIMOFF-Cross Country, track. 









EUGENE ALBERT 

CAROLYN ALBERTS-Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Senior Advisor, Dance Comm., G.S.S., 
G.A.A., Block W. 

SUSAN ALDRIDGE-Jr. Day, Red Cross, 
Sr. Day, reg. sec. 



NATALIA ALEXIEFF-Princ. Cab., Red 
Cross, C.S.F., reg. pres., treas. 

WH.LIAM ALGER- Basketball, Tennis, 
Bowling, Sen. Advisor, Eagle Staff, Ar- 
codians, reg. pres. 

DOLORES ALLEN -G. A. A., Youth for 
Christ Club. 








WILLIAM ALLEN -Prin. Cab., Scarlet & 
Grey, Jr. & Sr. Day, reg. pres. 

NICK AMARISEFF-Student Body Yell 
Leader. 

BILLY ANDERSON -Plans to attend City 
College. 



JUDITH ANDRE-G.A.A.. Science Club, 
Block W, Sr. Day. 

RONALD APPEL-Swim team. Chess club, 
reg. treas. 

KIRBY APPS 









SYLVIA ARANA 

MICHAEL ARITA- Plans to attend City 
College. 

THOMAS ARMBRUSTER- Plans to attend 
S.F. State College. 



JUANITA ARMSTRONG-Whips. Jr. & Sr. 
Day, Senior Advisor, A Cappella, Girls' 
Chorus, Red Cross, G.A.A. 

BEVERLY ASSALINO-Term Play, Pres. 
Block W, Masquers Club, A Cappella, 
G.A.A. , Rally Comm., Sr. Day. 

AMALY ATOMIAN -G.S.S., G.A.A., Block 
W, A Cappella, L-11 & L-12 Sec, C.S.F., Jr. 
& Sr. Day, Song Girl. 








TONY AUERBACH- Plans to attend City 
College. 

JEAN AVENEL 

YVONNE AZEU EDO -Masquers Club. 



DAGMAR BAHR-A Cappella, Reg. sec., 
G.A.A., Jr. & Sr. Day, Girls' Choir. 

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GEORGE BARANOFF-Track team, reg. 
v.p.. Football. 

MERRITT BARNES- Baseball, Eagle Soc., 
Football, Basketball, Exec. Coun. Rep., 
Class Pres. 





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DAVID BARRS-Prin. Cab., Eagle Soc., 
Sen. Advisor, Track, Cross Country, C.S.F., 
Letterman, reg. pres. 

DIANE BASE -Plans to attend City Col- 
lege. 

PETER BATAN IDES -Track, Crosscoun- 
try. 



STEPHANIE BATANIDES - G.A.A., 
G.S.S., Red Cross, Eagle Rep., reg. treas., 
Exec. Dance Comm., Rally Comm., Prin. 
Cab., Jr. Day. 



PETER BAYLACQ.- Letterman Soc., 
Day, Term Play, reg. pres.. Viscounts. 

LAWRENCE BECKER 



Sr. 









JENNIFER BELL-G.A.A., A Cappella, 
Youth for Christ. 

ROBERT BELOUS- Plans to attend col- 
lege. 

BARBARA BENSON -Plans to attend col- 
lege. 



MICHAEL BENVENISTE- Stage Crew, 
Rally Comm., World Affairs Club, Exec. 
Dance Comm. 

JOHN BERARDELLI - Plans to attend col- 
lege. 

MARCIA BERNSTEIN-G.A.A., Sec. Sc 
Pres., Block W, G.S.S., Prin. Cab., C.S.F.. 
Library Staff, Jr. Day, Eagle Rep., reg. sec., 
treas., v.p., Sr. Advisor. 








MYRON BERNSTEIN 

LILLIAM BEVERLY -G.S.S., Asst. Yell 
Leader, BIcKk W, G.A.A., Exec. Advisory 
Board, Jr. & Sr. Day, Bus. Ed. Club, Gen. 
Dance Comm.. Floral Arts Club, Whip, 
Eagle Rep., reg. treas. 

RICHARD BIBBERO-Lettermen Pres. & 
V.P., Swim team, Eagle staff, reg. pres., 
treas., HI I treas., H-12 V.P., Senior 
Advisor. 



BONNIE BIRSINGER-G.S.A., G.A.A.. 
Block W, C.S.F., reg. pres.. Prin. Cab., Jr. ic 
Sr. Day. 

WENDY BOLLIER - Block W, G. A. A., 
G.S.S., Sen. Advisor, H-12 Exec. Council 
Rep., Jr. & Sr. Day, Donatclos 

MARGARITA BOTELHO-C.S.F., G.A.A., 
G.S.S., Red Cross, Block W, Eagle Editor, 
reg. treas. 









OLGA BOURLIN 

PATRICIA BOYSON-G.A.A., Exec. 
Dance Comm., Prin. Cab., Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Senior Advisor, reg. pres. 

LINDA BRAND-Senior Day Director. 



GLORIA BREITENSTEIN-G.A.A.,C.S.F., 
Eagle Rep., Scarlet & Grey, reg. sec. 

JACQUELINE BREWER 

DEL BROWN - Football, Track, reg. pres. 









PATRICIA BRUCOLI- Rally Comm, Adv. 
Dance, reg. sec. Sc treas. 



COLETTE BRUNET-Scarlet&Grey. 

ROBERT BUCKTER- Plans to attend City 
College. 



ROBERT BURNS - Letterman, Football, 
reg. pres. 

FRANK BUSH -Plans to attend college. 

MICHAEL BUTILLA 








ELIZABETH BUTTE 

AVELINACACAPIT-Scarlet&Grey, Bus. 
Ed. Club, Eagle Rep. 

LE ROY CADE-Track team. 



CLAUDIA CADWALLADER-Sr. Day, reg. 
sec. 

PATSY CAIN-Prin. Cab., G.A.A., Red 

Cross, Eagle Rep., Science Club, Sr. Day 

Choreographer, Drama Club, reg. vice 
president. 

YVONNE CALL -A Cappella. 









NATHAN CAMMACK- Rally Band, reg. 
v.p. 

STEVEN CAMPA- Plans to work. 

STEVEN CAMPBELL -Plans to join the 

Navy. 



JOHN CANATA-Prin. Cab., Track team. 
Whip, Dance Comm., Sr. Day. 

NOREEN CANTWELL- Plans to attend 
City College. 

LIRIO CAPIL- Plans to become a model. 







THEODORE CARLIN-P.A. Crew. 

GARY CARLTON -Plans to attend City 
College. 

DONALD CARMAN -Eagle Society, Let- 
termen Society, Scarlet & Grey, Baseball, 
Football, Cross Country, reg. pres. 



CATHANA CARR-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Girls- 
Chorus, Dance Comm. 

BETTY CARTER-Gen. Dance Comm., 
Whips, A Cappella, Red Cross Sec. & V. P., 
Jr. & Sr. Day, G.A.A., Student Body Vice 
President & Secretary, G.S.S., Prin. Cab., 
Term Play. 

JULIE CASAGRANDE- Block W, G.A.A., 
Scarlet & Grey, Red Cross, Dance Comm. 









VICTORIA CASALS -Jr. Day, Term Play. 

fJUANITA CASTILLO - G.A.A., Eagle 
Rep., Hostess, reg. treas. 

CATHERINE CATO-A Cappella. 



NORMA CEBREIROS-Whip, Prin. Cab., 
G.A.A. 

TERRY CESCHI -G.A.A. , Eagle Rep., reg. 
sec. & treas. 

DEXTER CHAN 








WILLIAM CHANG-Eagle Society, Letter- 
men, Scarlet & Grey, Basketball, Track, 
Tennis, Student Body Vice President. 

CLAUDIA CHAPIN-Jr. & Sr. Day, Dance 
Comm., G.A.A., Red Cross. 

FRANCESCA CHOUTEAU - Prin. Cab., 
Jr. & Sr. Day, Bell Queen, G.A.A., Dona- 
telos'. 



ANN CHU- Eagle Rep. 

STEPHEN CHUNG-ROTC Brigade Com- 
mander for S.F., Eagle Society, Gen. Dance 
Comm., Senior Advisor, reg. pres., C.S.F., 
Saber Club. 

JOHN CLAYTON - Eagle Society, Scariet & 
Grey, C.S.F., reg. pres. 



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CHERYL CLIFFORD -G.A.A., Sr. Day, 
San Francisco Youth Symphony Orch. 

RICHARD COFFMAN -Track & Cross 
Country teams. Scarlet & Grey. 

VERN COFFMAN -Scarlet & Grey, Mas- 
quers, Sr. Day. 



MARY ELLEN COGBURN-G.A.A., Eagle 
Rep., Red Cross. 

BILL COLLIER -PA. Crew. 

KENNETH COMBS-Whip, Dance Comm., 
Eagle Society, Sr. Day, Tennis, reg. v. p. 









JOSE LOPEZ CONTRERAS - Soccer Team. 

MICHAEL CONWAY 

BARBARA COOK-G.A.A., Girls Adv. 
Modern Dance. 



LINNEA COONS- Exec. Dance Comm., 
G.A.A., Block W, Red Cross, World Affairs, 
reg. sec. 

MARY CORPORAL- Plans to work. 

MARY COUTTS-Exec. Dance Comm. Sr. 
Day,G.A.A. 








ALEXIS COWDREY- Plans to work. 
TANYA COY -Red Cross, AU City Orch. 
THOMAS CRANE- Plans to attend college. 



DANIEL CRESS-Swim team. Wresding 
team. 

SANDRA CROWDER-PUns to attend City 
College. 

JOHN CUNNINGHAM 









WILLIAM CURRIE- Eagle Society, Letter- 
men, Football, Track. 

JUDI CUTINO- Plans to attend college. 

MICHAEL DAILY -ROTC, Lettermen So- 
ciety. 



RICHARD DAMON -Plans to attend City 
College. 

DENNIS DA MOTTA-Swim Team. Eagle 
Rep., Sr. Day, Engineers Club. 

MARGIT DAVID-G.S.S., Vice Pres., Com- 
mencement Sec., G.A.A., Block W, C.S.F. 








SUZANNE DAVIES-G.A.A.. Red Cross, 
Donatelos'. 

JEFFREY DAVIS 

PAUL DAVIS -Rally Band, Graphic Arts 
Guild, Adv. Band. 



RANDALL DAVIS-Golf Team. 

ROBERT DAVIS -Swim Team, American 
Field Service Club, Foreign Affairs, Let- 
terman Society. 

RICHARD DAY -Football, reg. pres. 








MICHAEL DECTER 
ELEANORA DE FELIPPO 
TATSUYE DEGUCHI 



GEORGE DEL BARRIO- Scarlet & Grey, 
Track Team, Sr. Day. 

JAMES DELMAN-Band. 

HILARIO DELUNA- Plans to attend col- 
lege. 








LARISSA DIASCHENKO-G.A.A., Red 
Cross, Spanish Club. 

JOHN DILLON -Plans to attend City Col- 
lege. 

PAUL DOBIE-Basketball Team. 



RICHARD DORFMAN 

JUDITH DOS RAMOS-Sr. Day. Red Cross, 
reg. v.p. 7 pres. 

WILLIAM DOUGHERTY -Sr. Day, Scar- 
let Sc Grey, Basketball, reg. treas. 








ROBERT DOWNS 

MORRIS DREXLER- Football, Arcodians. 

KATHLEEN DRISCOL 



DAVID DRYDEN 

BRUCE DUNCAN -Senior Advisor, Stamp 
& Coin Club, Library Staff. 

JACQUELINE DUTILH - Honorary G.S.S., 
French Club, A.F.S. Club, G.A.A., reg. treas. 
& sec., Spanish Club, Foreign Exchange Stu- 
dent. 









ANNIE ELLIS-G.A.A. 

JUDITH ELLZEY-Prin. Cab., Senior Ad- 
visor. 

MARGARET ENDRESS- Scarlet & Grey, 
World Affairs Club. 



CAROL EPSOM -Sr. Day. 

WENDY EU BANKS 

LEE EVANS- Baseball team. 





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PAUL FATH— Junior Achievement, reg. 
pres. 

JORGE FERNANDEZ -Soccer Team. 

WILLIAM FIE 



MARVANN FIELDER-G.A.A., Jr. & Sr. 
Day, Donatelos, reg. pres. 

JAMES FIRTH — Swim Team, Lettermen 
Soc., reg. pres. 7 treas. 

MARSHA FISCHEL- Whips, Gen. Dance 
Comm., Eagle Staff, G.A.A., Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Princ. Cab. 







VICKIE FISHER -Sr. Day, G.A.A. 

WALTER FISHEROW-C.S.F., Prin. Cab., 
Senior Advisor, Eagle Society, Broadcast, 
Stamp & Coin Club, Jr. & Sr. Day, reg. pres. 
& treas. 

JOSEPH FITZPATRICK 



MOLLY FLEMING -Plans to attend S.F. 
State College. 

ARTHUR FLORES- Fencing Team, Color 
Guard, Drill Team, Drum & Bugle Corp. 

EDLENN FOK — Eagle Society, reg. pres. 








CHENTY FONSECA 

DELORES FOSTER-G.A.A., Prin. Cab., 
reg. sec. 

LILLE FOSTER-G.A.A., Student Body 
Secretary, Song Girl, G.S.S., Sr. & Jr. Day.. 



JOHN FRAGOMENI-Jr. & Sr. Day, Stage 
Crew, A Cappella, Term Play, Eagle Rep. 

PAUL FRANKS- Football, Arcodians. 

HENRY FREITAS 





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JAMES FRIEDMAN -All City Swim Team, 
Lcttermen, reg. pres. & v. p. 

JONATHAN FROMER-All City Soccer & 
Track, Eagle Society, Lettermen Soc., Scar- 
let & Grey. 

WARREN FUJIMOTO- Eagle Society, Let- 
terman. Scarlet & Grey, Bachelors. 



DAVID FURUSHO- Scarlet & Grey, reg. 
pres. 7 v.p. 

IVAN GALLO-Sr. Day, Christmas Tableau. 

SUSAN GARCIA-G.A.A., Masquers, Rally 
Comm. 









RAPHAELIA GARDELEY-A Cappella, 
Red Cross, G.A.A., Sr. Day, Eagle Rep. 

LEONARD GASKELL 

CONSTANCE GAULT 



RICHARD GAZZANO- Baseball Team. 
REYNOLD GEE -HI 1 Vice President. 
ANDY GERA 






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LORRAINE GERSTENKORN 
work. 



Plans to 



THOMAS GERUGHTY- Plans to attend 
City College. 

SUSAN GIBBS-G.A.A., Block W, Prin. 
Cab., Eagle Rep., reg. sec. 



RICHARD GIBSON -P.A. Crew, Jr. & Sr. 
Day. 

MICHAEL GILBERT 

PAUL GILL 









JEROME GILLUM- Football, Band, Track 
team, reg. v.p. 

ALLEN GINZBURG-Red Cross. 

ANGEL GIOSSO 



ELLIOT GIPSON - Plans to work. 

DENIS GLAS- Plans to attend college. 

CHERYL GLEASON-G.A.A., Scarlet & 
Grey. 









DOUGLAS GLEN-C.S.F., P.A. Crew. 
World Affairs Club, Chess Club, Sr. Day. 
reg. pres. 

SABINE GNITTKE-G.A.A.. Sr. Day. 

JANIS GOLDBERG-Scarlet & Grey. Sr. 
Day, G.A.A., Eagle Rep. 



BETTY GOLDMAN -G.A.A., reg. v.p. 

STEVE GOLDSMITH -All City Baseball, 
Arcodians. 

CAROL GOO- Prin. Cab.. G.A.A. 









ANNA GREEN 

WILLIAM GREENSPAN -Football, Track 
team. 

LOLA GREGG 



JANIS GRIMM 

JANE GROESCHAL 

NORMAN GROH -Track & Cross Country 
teams, reg. pre?. 









LANA GROSHELL - Senior Advisor, 
G.A.A., Red Cross, reg. pres. & treas. 

FRANK GRUPICO- Baseball, Scarlet & 
Grey. 

ALEX GUBERT 



ROBERT CUGGENHEIM-Prin. Cab., 
Bowling Team, Eagle Rep., Stamp & Coin 
Club. Sr. Day, reg. pres. Sc treas. 

EDMOND GUIRAL 

JONATHAN GUTERRES- Baseball team, 
Sr. Day, Arcodians. 






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WILLIAM HABER 

GAIL HADFIELD-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Prin. 
Cab., Eagle Rep. 

JEANNETTE HADLEY 



TOM HALAJ- Plans to attend college. 

JAMES HALEY-Scarlet & Grey, Letter- 
men, Golf team. 

BARBARA HALL- Red Cross, Youth 
Council. 








MARIE HALL-Scarlet & Grey, Masquers, 
Sr. Day, G.A.A., Christmas Tableau. 

GARY HAMADA- Eagle Society, Letter- 
men, Scarlet & Grey, Golf Team, Prin. Cab. 

KENGO H AMAI - Plans to attend City Col- 
lege. 



TINA HAMBERGER-Whip, Sr. Day, 
Dance Bid Seller, G.A.A., Eagle Rep., Li- 
brary Staff. 

JANET HANSEN 

DENNIS HARLAN -Gymnastics club. 








FLOYD HARLEY - Plans to attend Cilv Col- 
lege, Soccer team. 

RALPH HARMON -reg. pres. 

LAWRENCE HARRIS-Scarlet & Grey, 
reg. treas. 



MARTHA HARRIS-G.A.A., reg. treas. 

PATRICIA HARRIS-Sr. Day, Covells, 
Dominiques, reg. treas. 

GILBERT HARRISON-Rally Band, Dance 
Band, Track Team, K<H)tball. 









ELAINE HARTY-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Eagle 
Rep. 

JOSEPH HAYWARD-Red Cross, Prin. 
Cab., Soccer Team, Sr. Day, Eagle Rep. 

TONI HEART -Jr. & Sr. Day, G.A.A., Red 
Cross, D'Milos. 



TERESA HEIECK - Prin. Cab., G.A.A., 
G.S.S., Block W, Jr. Sc Sr. Day, reg. v.p., 
C.S.F. 

PETER HEILBRUN - Scarlet & Grey, 
Stamp & Coin Club. 

NORM HENRICKS-Lettermen, Sr. Day. 
Red Cross. 









ELVIN HERBERT 

ELWYN HERBERT-Track Team, Boys- 
Glee. 

JUDITH HERZOG-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Pos- 
ter Club, reg. sec. 



KAZUKO HIRANO-G.A.A. 

GUY HIROSHIMA -Lettermen, reg. v.p. 

JANE HOLBEN -Masque Sc Gavel, Scarlet 
Sc Grey. 






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PATRICIA HOLBROOK-Sr. Day, G.A.A., 
reg. pres. 



AUBREY HOLMES 
Track, Eagle Rep. 



Football, Baseball, 



TERESA HOO- Scarlet Sc Grey, G.A.A., 
Prin. Cab., Red Cross, Library Staff. 



ROBERT HOOPER-reg. v.p. &treas. 

PATRICIA HORIKOSHl- Senior Advisor, 
Block W, Prin. Cab. Sec., G.A.A., G.S.S., reg. 
pres. & v.p. 

MARY HORPER-Block W, G.A.A., Jr. & 
Sr. Day, Scarlet & Grey, World Affairs Club. 





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EDGAR HORWITZ- Plans to go into the 
Air Force Academy. 

MICHELL HORWITZ-All-City Choir, 
Prin. Cab., Jr. & Sr. Day, Eagle Staff. 

LORNA HOSHIYAMA-SongGirl,G.A.A., 
Block W, Scarlet & Grey, Whip. 



LINDA HOTCHKISS-Scarlet&Grey. 

PAULA HUDSON -Plans to attend City 
College. 

CRAIG HUGHES-Plans to attend Arizona 
State College. 








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KARLA HUGHES -reg. sec. 

FRANK HULTM AN -Torque-Masters. 

SHARON HUNTER- Eagle Rep., Covells, 
G.A.A., reg. sec. & treas., Dominiques. 



ROWENA IGNACIO-Red Cross, Sr. Day, 
G.A.A. 

SHARON IHRCKE-G.A.A., Term Play, 
reg. sec. 

RONALD IMPERIALE- Baseball, Basket- 
ball, Track, Football, reg. treas. 






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ANN IRVINE-G.A.A., Sr. Day, Red Cross, 
DonaCelos, reg. sec. & treas. 

DAVE IZUKA - Lettermen, Golf Team, reg. 
pres. & v.p. 

SONIA JACKSON - Plans to attend college. 



TURNER JACKSON - Baseball, Basketball. 
JILL JANOW-Science Club, Senior Day. 
BARBARA JARVIS 









LORETTA JEN-A.F.S., G.A.A., Block W, 
Prin. Cab., C.S.F., Scarlet & Grey, Red 
Cross, Jr. Day, reg. sec. & treas., Sr. Day. 

PATRICIA JOHANSON 

CRAIG JOHNSON -World Affairs Club, 
Chess Club, Sr. Day. 



GREGORY JOHNSON 

HAROLD JOHNSON -Football, Baseball, 
Track, Prin. Cab. 

LAMONT JOHNSON - Football, Baseball. 




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CAROLYN JOHNSTON -Plans to attend 
S.F. State College. 

CHARLES JONES 

DEBORAH JONES-C.S.F., G.S.S. Pres., 
Prin. Cab., G.A.A., World Affairs Club, 
A.F.S., Sr. Prom Co-Director. 



ELLIS JOSEPH - Boys Glee, Whip. 
MARIE JOYEUX-A Cappella. 
PHILLIP JUDGE -Football, Lettermen. 








JUNE JUNG — A Cappella, Senior Advisor, 
reg. sec. 

MICHAEL KAGEHIRO-Scarlet & Grey. 

BRIAN KAHN-Sr. Day. 



JUDITH KAHN-G.S.S., G.A.A., Prin. 
Cab., Jr. Sc St. Day, reg. pres., Gen. Dance 
Comm. 

VIRGINIA KAI -G.S.S., G.A.A., Song Girl, 
Scarlet & Grey, Jr. & Sr. Day, HI 1 Sec., L- 
12 Vice President. 

JACK KAISER- Prin. Cab., Jr. & Sr. Day, 
reg. pres. 









KATHERINE KALAJIAN 

OLEG KALUZHNY-L-12 President, Jr. & 
Sr. Day, reg. v.p. 

GUNDULA KAMPMANN -German Club, 
World Affairs Club. 



IRENE KASSIANOV -Scarlet & Grey. 

DANIEL KAVANAUGH 

NANCY KAWAKAMI- Plans to attend col- 
lege. 





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RICHARD KAY -Eagle Staff, P.A. Crew, 
Scarlet Sc Grey, Whips, Rally Comm. 

DONALD KAZAMA- Dance Band, Wres- 
tling. 

DANIEL KEE-Prin. Cab.. Veil Leader, 
Bridge Club, Eagle Society, Jr. Day, Eagle 
Staff 



SUSAN KEMP 

ALENANDER KENNETT- Eagle Society. 

JOSEPH KERMABON- Bachelors, Basket- 
ball. 








BERNHARD KETTENBURG-Band, Or- 
chestra. 

WILLIAM KETTENBURG-Orchestra, 
Term Play. 

MICHIKO KIMURA 



DONNA KING -Floral Arts Club, reg. sec.. 
Dance Comm., Eagle Rep. 

FRANK KING 

ROBERT KING-Scarlet Sc Grey. Jr. & Sr. 
Day, Soccer Team, Football, Eagle Rep. 






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MARGARET KISSINGER 



DANIEL KLEINMAN-Sr. Day. 

MARSHA KLINGER- Masquers, Sr. Day, 
reg. v.p. 



KATHLEEN KNAUF-Scarlet & Grey. 
Prin. Cab., G.A.A., Block W. 

KEN KNIGHT 

BIRDETTE KNOX -Prin. Cab., reg. pres. 









SHARON KNUTSON-G.A.A., C.S.F., 
Spanish Club. 

MARIA KOCHERGIN-G.A.A., Sr. Day. 

WALTER KOHNERT- Basketball. 



YOSHIKO KOJIMA 

KRONID KOLCHAK-Scarlet & Grey. 

ALEXANDER KONSTANTINOFF 









DIANE KORENS - Rally Comm. 

JEFFREY KORMOS-Jr. & Sr. Day, Scar- 
let & Grey, Track Team, reg. v.p. & treas., 
Prin. Cab. 

STEVEN KOVACS- Student Body Presi- 
dent, C.F.S. Pres., Swim team, L-11 Presi- 
dent, Eagle Society, Lettermen. 



MARSHA KRAFT-Scnior Advisor, reg. 
sec. & treas. 

MARCIA KRAUS-Plans to attend S.F. 
State College. 

KATHERINE KRUMZE- Scarlet ic Grey, 
G.A.A.,Jr. &Sr. Day. 







DAVID KULKA-Senior Advisor, World 
Affairs Club, Library Staff, reg. pres. & v.p. 

GEORGE RUNG -Plans to attend college. 

WILLIAM KUNZIG- Baseball, Lettermen 
Society. 



GARY KURUMA -Tennis Team. 

MILENE KURZWEIL- Senior Advisor, 
G.A.A., Donatelos, Jr. Sc Sr. Day, reg. ireas. 

LORRAINE KWAN-G.A.A. 









WING MING KWONG 

RENE LABATAILLE-C.S.F., Sr. Day, De- 
bating Team. 

SUZANNE LACHARITE-G.A.A. 



STORM LAKE-G.A.A., reg. sec. 

MARTHA LANDIUAR-G.A.A. 

JUANITA LA RON -Business Education 
Club, G.A.A., Sr. Day, reg. sec. 








JOHN LAZAR 

HOLLY LEASE-G.A.A. 

JOHN LE COUNT-Tennis, Term Play, 
Bowling Team. 



BERWYN LEE- Eagle Society, Lettermen, 
Track Team, Jr. & Sr. Day, Senior Advisor, 
H-12 Executive Council Rep. 

CANDRE LEE 

DOUGLAS LEE -Eagle Society, Library 
Staff, reg. v.p. 








JANET LEE-C.S.F., G.A.A., HUtorian, 
G.S.S., Block W. 

RODRICK LEE 

THOMAS LEE-Color Guard Commander. 



JAMES LEGALLEE- Eagle Society, Jr. Day 
Director, Senior Day, Rally Director, Exec. 
Dance Comm., Masquers Club, Senior Ad- 
visor, Prin. Cab. 

JOHN LENZ- Track, Cross Country, Scar- 
let & Grey, reg. pres. 

RAYMON D LEON - Plans to attend college. 









ALLAN LEONARD -Football, Baseball. 
EUGENE LEONG- Projectors Club. 
GARRETT LEONG -Track, Football. 



KATHLEEN LEONG -G.A.A., Block W. 
CHERYL LERMAN-Reg. pres. 
SHERRIE LEVIE-Sr. Day. 








SUSAN LEVY-G.A.A. 

LOUISE LEWIS- Plans to attend City Ck>l- 
lege. 

JACQUELINE LIGHT-Covells, Sr. Day. 
Dominiques. 



PETER LILIENTHAL-Sr. Day, Eagle So- 
ciety, Rally Director, Lctterman, Track. 

MARYJANE LISTON 

WALLACE LITTLE -Plans to attend City 
College. 









SAM LOVE— Plans to join the Army. 

JOYCE LOVELISS - Scarlet & Grey, 
G.A.A., Prin. Cab, Jr. & Sr. Day, reg. pres. 

STEVE LOVELESS 



PAMELA LOVRIN-reg. sec. 

LAURA LUBARSKY - L-12 Executive 
Council Rep., Song Girl, reg. v.p. 

BERT LURIE-Scarlet & Grey, Prin. Cab., 
Jr. & Sr. Day, Eagle Staff, Surveyor Staff. 








JOHN MADSEN-Arcodians 

PETER MAGNANI-World Affairs Club, 
Rally Comm., Jr. & Sr. Day. 

SUSAN MAHONEY 



RUSSELL MALONE- Baseball, Basketball, 
Football, Track. 

PATRICIA MANGOLD -G.A. A. 

BRUCE MARCUS -Gold Team, Prin. Cab., 
reg. v.p. 









MICHAEL MAROWITZ- Football, Base- 
ball, Basketball, Scarlet Sc Grey. 

DENNIS MARSHALL-Swim & Wrestling 
Teams, reg. v.p. 

ALICE MARTIN -Plans to attend City Col- 
lege. 



BARBARA MARTIN -Prin. Cab., Eagle 
Rep., Red Cross. 

CHARLENE MARTIN -Red Cross. 

DONALD MARTIN - Scarlet & Grey, 
Whips, Chess Club, Jr. & Sr. Day. 









JEFFREY MARTIN -Scarlet & Grey, Sr. 
Day. 

ROBERT MASUDA -Track, Basketball, 
Prin. Cab., Scarlet & Grey, Eagle Society, 
L-IO President, reg. pres., v.p., treas. 



LORETTA MATSUMOTO 



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DONNA MATTHEWS 

ANDERS MAXWELL- Eagle Society, Ten- 
nis Team, Jr. & Sr. Day, Pres. of Stamp & 
Coin Club, Student Body Custodian. H-IO 
Exec. Council Rep., H-l I Exec. Council Rep. 

ARLENE McCOLLOUGH- Plans to attend 
San Francisco City College. 









JAMES McGEE- Football, Baseball. 

MAUREEN McGORTY-G.A.A., Jr. Sc St. 
Day, Science Club. 

ROBERT McGREW- Eagle Rep. 



RANDA McKEE- Adv. Girls' Chorus. 

ROSIEMcKNIGHT-G.A.A.RedCross.Jr. 
& Sr. Day, Whip, reg. v. p. 

PATRICIA McLEMORE - G.A.A.. Floral 
Arts Club, Red Cross. 









GAYLE MELTESSEN - G.A.A., Block W, 
reg. sec. 

ALLAN MENDELL 

ROBERT MENDLE-Student Body Ath- 
letic Manager, Prin. Cab., Eagle Society, 
Gold Team, Sr. Day, reg. pres. 



ROSITA MEN IS -Scarlet & Grey. 

CRAIG MERCER -PA. Crew, Surveyor 
Staff. 

ROBERT MERCHANT- L- 10 Vice Presi- 
dent, Eagle Society, Head Yell Leader. 









THERESA MEYER- Prin. Cab. 

RICHARD MEYERHOFF- Football, Swim 
Team, Yell Leader, Lettermen treas., reg. 
pres. 

ROGER MIALOCQ-Golf team. Eagle Staff. 



HARRY MILLER-Track, Prin. Cab., Sr. 
Day, Scarlet & Grey. 

KRISTINE MILLER-G.A.A., Masquers 
Club, Senior Day, Christmas Tableau. 

PATRICIA MILLER - Head Song Girl, 
G.S.S., G.A.A., Prin. Cab., reg. pres., sec., 
treas. 








SUZANNE MILLER-G.A.A., reg. sec. 

PATRICIA MILTON 

MARTHA MINER- Dance Club, Red Cross, 
reg. sec, treas. 



ELLEN MINTZ - Jr. & Sr. Day, G.A.A., 
Prin. Cab., reg. v. p., treas. 

MARINA MISERSKY- Plans to attend City 
College. 

KAREN MOERMAN- Hostess. 





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CHRISTOPHER MOHS-reg. pres. & v.p. 

AGUSTIN MONDRAGON- Panders. 

DOLORES MOORE -G.A.A., Eagle Rep., 
Jr. Day, reg. pres. 



MICHAEL MORGAN 

BARBARA MORIGUCHI-G.A.A., Senior 
Advisor, Prin. Cab., reg. treas. 

KATHERINE MORIGUCHI-C.S.F., Scar- 
let & Grev, Eagle Staff, World Affairs Club, 
A.F.S. 






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THOMAS MORRISON 

VENETTA MOUTON-PUns to attend 
college. 

MARY MUELLER-Scarlet Sc Grey. 



KLAUS-JOACHIM MUHLMANN -Scarlet 
& Gray, Track Team. 

REGINA MURDOCH -C.S.F., G.A.A.. Jr. 
Day, Dance Comm. 

GWYN MURPHREE 









TOMOKO NAKAMURA 

TANYA NALISNIK-C.S.F., Sec. &Treas., 
G.A.A., Scarlet Sc Grey, G.S.S., Jr. & Sr. 
Day, Block W, Prin. Cab. 

THOMAS NASH - Plans to attend college. 



SAMMY NASR 

RUTH NAZARCHUK-Red Cross. 

LINDA NAZEMAN - G.A.A., Dance 
Comm., Sr. & Jr. Day. 








KATHLEEN NEAD- Plans to attend 
Heald's College. 

CANDIDA NEAHERBON - A Cappella 
Choir. 

ELIZABETH NELSON -G.A.A., Sr. & Jr. 
Day. 



MARTIN NELSON -Plans to attend City 
College. 

ALEC NEUMANN -Scarlet & Grey, Senior 
Advisor. 

CAROLINE NEWHALL- Plans to attend 
college. 









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MARGARET NEWMAN-G.A.A., reg. v.p. 

SHIRLEY NEWMAN 

DIANE NICHOLS-Jr. & Sr. Day, Block 
W, Pres. Masquers Club, Rally Script Comm., 
Christmas Tableau. 



ROGER NISHIMOTO 

VICTOR NONAKA- Scarlet & Grey, Prin. 
Cab., Band. 

JOHN OHARE- Track Team, Basketball, 
Cross Country. 









JEANNE OHASHI 

MADELEINE OLSSON-C.S.F., G.S.S., 
World Affairs Club, G.A.A., Prin. Cab., 
A.F.S., reg. sec. 

DARRYL ONG- Plans to attend City Col- 
lege. 



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LELICIA ORDONEY-G.A.A., Scarlet & 
Grey, Red Cross, Prin. Cab., reg. v.p. 

EIKO OSHITA-Senior Advisor. A.F.S. 
President, G.S.S., reg. treas. 

HARRY OSIBIN- Football, Jr. Day Dance 
Comm., reg. v.p. 









LINDA OSTERHOLM- Block W, G.A.A., 
Red Cross. 

JENEEN OTOOLE- Scarlet & Grey, Sr. 
Day. 

BRUCE OTTOLINI- Football. 



WILLIAM OWEN 
AGNES OVAMA-G.A.A. 
BYRON OYAMA 









REIKO OYAMA -G.S.S., Treas., Block W, 
Poster Club, reg. pres. 

NICHOLAS PARADISIS-Cross Country, 
Track, reg. pres.. Eagle Rep. 

JOHN PARENT-Swim Team, Football, 
Lettcrmen. 



BRENDA PARTRIDGE-Scarlet & Grey, 
G.A.A., Jr. & Sr. Day, Red Cross, Block W, 
Prin. Cab. 

LINDA PASCUAL-G.A.A., Sr. Day. 

LEON PATILLO-Track Team, A Cap- 
pella. 








ROSETA PEARSON -HI 2 Treasurer, Jr. 
Day, Red Cross, Eagle Staff, Senior Ad- 
visor, G.A.A., Rally Comm., Exec. Dance 
Comm., H-IO Treasurer. 

HARRIET PEDERSEN-G.A.A. 

CONSTANCE PEPPERS-G.A.A., Jr. Day 
Dance Comm. 



BRENDA PERKINS 
JO HANNA PERRINE 
JIM PETERSEN 








TED PETERSEN - Football, Track, Cross 
Country. 

PHIL PETTUS-Boys Glee. 

DAVID PETTY -Jr. Red Cross. 



LORI PIERRE 

HELEN PIOTRKOWSHI - C.S.F., G.S.S., 
World Affairs, G.A.A., Jr. & Sr. Day, Com- 
mencement Sec., Prin. Cab. 

FLOYD PIPER-Letterman, Basketball. 









YUVONNE PLOUSHA-G.A.A., Jr. & Sr. 
Day, reg. treas. 

MICHAEL PODETT- Football, Track, Ar- 
codians. 

ARARAT POGOSIAN-Eagle Society, H-12 
President, Senior Advisor, reg. pres., v.p., 
sec. 



LUCY POLIAKOFF-Dance Comm., Jr. 
Day, Prin. Cab., DMilos. 

CLAIRE POLIDORO - Jr. k Sr. Day, 
DMilos. 

XIOMARA PONCE 





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TOBI PORTER -L- 12 Execuuve Council 
Rep., Jr. Sc Sr. Day, Donatelos. 

WILLIAM PORTER-CS.F., Chess Club. 

JUTTA POSNER-G.A.A., G.S.S., Block W, 
A.F.S., World Affairs, Sr. Day. Prin. Cab., 
Whip. 



SUZANNE POTTER -Plans to attend City 
College. 

JOHN POWERS -Cross Country. 

ROBERT PRINCE-Eagle Society, Foot- 
ball, Track, Baseball. 









DIANE PRITCHARD-G.S.S., G.A.A., Sur- 
veyor Editor, Block W, Prin. Cab., Jr. & 
Sr. Day, Eagle Staff, Senior Advisor, Gen. 
Dance Comm., reg. pres. & treas. 

JOHN PUCCINELLI -Track, Sr. Day, reg. 
pres. 

MELANIA QUEBEC - G.A.A., French 
Club, Masque & Gavel, Jr. Day, Prin. Cab., 
reg. sec. & treas. 



PATRICK RADCLIFF- Football, Baseball. 

THOMAS RAFFIN-L-ll Executive Coun- 
cil Rep., Golf, Debate Team, President Eagle 
Society, C.S.F., Senior Day. 

LINDA RATHE -A Cappella, Scarlet & 
Grey, G.A.A., All City Choir. 








CAROLYN REAM -G. A. A. 

DIANE REDMOND 

SUSAN REED-G.A.A., Eagle Rep., reg. 
sec. 



RONALD REEPEN- Eagle Society, Eagle 
Suff, Senior Advisor, Prin. Cab., C.S.F., 
Rally. 

PETER REINES- Football, Jr. & Sr. Day 
Dance Comm., Lettermen, Eagle Society, 
Viscounts Prin. Cab. 

ROBIN REINITZ 




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MARJORIE RENO 

SHARON RICHARDSON -G.A.A., reg. 
treas., Prin. Cab. 

MICHAEL RICHIE- Football. 



ROBERT RITTER- Bachelors, Football. 

RUDOLPH RIVERS -Plans to attend City 
College. 

PATRICIA ROBBINS- Masquers Club, 
World Affairs Club. 









EMILY ROBINSON -Prin. Cab., G.A.A., 
reg. v.p. 

JENNY ROBLEDO- Block W. G.A.A., 
Business Education Club. 

JED RODRIGUEY- Eagle Society, Senior 
Advisor, Dance Band. 



NOELLE ROONEY-G.A.A. 

ELIZABETH ROSE-G.A.A., Block W, 
Prin. Cab., Exec. Dance Comm., Sr. Day. 

JOYCE ROSING -reg. v.p 







MARGARITA ROSTOMIANTZ 

JAN RUSSELL 

PATRICIA RYAN-Sr. Day. 



ENVER SAFIR-Soccer team. 
FRANK SAH 
FEDELE SALAS 









JOHN SALISBURY -Letlermen, Football. 
Track. Eagle Sixiety. 

CAROL SANDERS-G.A.A., Gen. Dance 
Comm., Jr. Sc Sr. Day. 

JOAN SASAKI -G.S.S., Block W, G.A.A.. 
Red Cross. 



KENNETH SATO-Scarlet & Grey, Bas- 
ketball. 

LINDA SATOMI- Block W. 

SHARON SAUNDERS -Eagle Rep., Jr. 
Day, reg. v. p. 








CHRISTINE SCALES-A Cappella, Scarlet 
& Grey, Gen. Dance Comm., All City Choir, 
Sr. & Jr. Day. 

JACQUELINE SCHIFFMAN - G.S.S., 
Block W, Senior Advisor, Whip, C.S.F., 
Exec. Dance Comm., Jr. & Sr. Day. 

YVONNE SCHRAM-Jr. & Sr. Day. Scarlet 
& Grey, G.A.A. 



PAULETTE SCHRECK - Prin. Cab., 
G.A.A., Y.F.C., reg. treas., sec. 

ED SCHULMAN - Eagle Rep., Tennis 
Team, Soph, football, Arcodians. 

ALBERT SCHULZ-Senior Day, football. 









MIKE SCOTT-Scarlet & Grey, Track, 
Cross Country. 

PHIL SCRAMAGLIA- Eagles, Lettermen, 
Prin. Cab., 120's Basketball, Varsity Bas- 
ketball, Track, Bachelors. 

LARRY SCRIPILLITI 



JOE SCULLY 

DANIELLE SEVERANCE 

SANDIE SGAMBATI-Jr. & Sr. Day. 









JAN SHANNON - Lettermen Secretary, 
Scarlet & Grey, Swim Team. 

MARLENE SHAW-G.A.A.. Eagle Rep., 
Senior Day. 

IRENE SHIBUYA-G.A.A. Jr. Sc Sr. Day. 



JUDY SHIFS-G.A.A., Jr. Sc Sr. Day, reg 
v.p., Donatelos. 

JUNKO SHIMIZD- Floral Aru. 

RICHARD SHIONO 





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CAROLYN SHIOZAKI-G.A.A. 

SUSAN SHIPLEY -Prin. Cab., World Af- 
fairs Club, German Club, C.S.F. 

MAX SIEMEL-Lettermen, Football & Swim 
Manager, Sr. Day. 



PETER SILLS -Tennis, Rally Band. 

RUSSELL SILVERSTEIN -Track, Sr. Day, 
reg. treas. 

LYNDA SIMS-YWCA. 









ELISABETH SMALL - Senior Advisor, 
G.A.A., Block W, C.S.F. 

ADRINEE SMITH -Bell Queen, Sr. Day. 

AVONEE SMITH -May Festival Princess, 
G.S.S., Song Girl, Student Body 1st Vice 
President. 



BRUCE SMITH-Broadcast Staff, Eagle So- 
ciety, C.S.F., Swim & Basketball Teams, 
Sr. Day, World Affairs, Pres. Masque ic 
Gavel. 

KATHLEEN SODA -Prin. Cab., G.A.A., 
reg. sec. & treas. 

DAN SOOY- Plans to attend college. 






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VERA SOUCHOMLINE 

GAIL SOUMAROCOFF- Scarlet & Grey, 
Sr. Day. 

NANCIE SOUTHALL-G.A.A., Block W, 
Jr. & Sr. Day, reg. v.p. 



DIANE SPRINGETT 

CAROL STALLINGS-G.A.A. 

ALLAN STANBRIDGE-Pres. Uttermen, 
Eagle Society, Asst. Yell Leader, Prin. Cab., 
Swimming, Basketball, Cross Country, Sur- 
veyor Staff. 





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SANDRA STERNBERGER 
DOROTHEA STILLEY 

LINDA STOHL - G.A.A., Gen. Dance 
Comm., Red Cross, reg. v. p., sec. 



THOMAS STROMBERG-Scarlet & Grey, 
Science Club. 

VICKY STUART 

JAMES STURGEON -Scarlet & Grey, Vis- 
counts. 









REIKO SUJISHI-Prin. Cab., G.A.A., reg. 
sec. & v.p. 

NANCY SULLIVAN -G.A.A., Song Girl. 

MICHAEL SUSKO 



LEONARD SUSSMAN - Track, Cross 
Country, Prin. Cab., Scarlet & Grey. 

GABRIELLA SZENTENDREY 

JAMES TADDEUCCI- Basketball, Letter- 
men. 








NORIKO TANAKA- Plans to attend San 
Francisco State College. 

ROBERT TANIGUCHI-Sump & Coin 
Club. 

ROBERT TAT - Eagle Society, Rally 
Comm., Senior Advisor, Masquers, Stage 
Manager. 



JUDITH TAUBER-G.A.A., Scarlet & 
Grey, Drama Club. 

SUZANNE TAYLOR-G.A.A., Jr. & Sr. 
Day, reg. treas. 

JIM TEAGUE- Basketball, Football, Base- 
ball, Rally Comm. 









GERALDINE TERAUCHI 

DOROTHY TERRY -Plans to attend City 
College. 

FRANCES THOMAS-Red Cross, G.A.A., 
Jr. & Sr. Day. 



MERRITT THOMAS- Eagle Rep., Track 
Team. 

UWE THOMSEN 

JERRY TOKUGAWA -Tennis Team. 








CHARNA TORLY 

KEITH TSUCHIYA- Basketball, Letter- 
men. 

BRAD TUKEY-Track Team, Debate Club, 
Sr. Day, Spanish Club, Track Manager. 



WILLIAM TURNBULL-Track Team. 

HEIDE VAN DOREN-Bell Court, Mas- 
quers, Sr. Day, Term Play, Christmas Tab- 
leaux. 

CONSTANCE VDOVIKIN-reg. pres. 









THOMAS VERKOZEN -Scarlet & Grey, 
Lettermen, Senior Advisor, Jr. & Sr. Day, 
Soccer. 

JAMES VIGNOLA-reg. v.p. 

CHRISTOPHER WAGER -Plans to attend 
college. Track team. 



DAN WAGNER 

BARBARA WALKER 

GEORGE WALLACE -Eagle Rep., Track, 
A Cappella. 









SUSAN WALLICH-C.S.F., Jr. Day, Red 
Cross, G.A.A. 

GAIL WATTROUS- Plans to attend S.F. 
State. 

LOIS WEATHERSPOON-G.A.A., A Cap- 
pella. 



SYLVIA WEINER-G.S.S., G.A.A., Jr. & 
Sr. Day, Sen. Advisor, Prin. Cab. 

CLAUDIA WELLINGTON -G.A.A., Scar- 
let & Grey, Prin. Cab., Eagle Rep. 

JOHN WELLS- Football, Track. 









PATRICIA WELLS 

CARYLE WEMMER 

SANDRA WERTH -G.A.A., Block W., Sen- 
ior Day. 



MAUREEN WHELAN-G.A.A., Exec. 
Council Comm., Jr. & Sr. Day, reg. sec. 

ROYAL WHETSTONE - Track, Cross 
Country, Sr. Day. 

KEN WHITCOMB-AII City Basketball. 









GENE WHITE-Plans to attend college. 

HARRIET WHITE-Scarlet & Grey. 

MICHAEL WILEY-World Affairs Club, 
Prin. Cab., reg. pres. Sc v.p. 



DENISE WILLEY-G.A.A., Eagle Rep. 

DONALD WILLIAMS- Eagle Rep., Stamp 
& Coin, Scarlet & Grey. 

MARY WILLIAMS 





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OCIE WILLIAMS- Football, Eagle Society, 
reg. pres., Lettermen. 

MAGGIE WILLIS-Red Cross, Jr. & Sr. 
Day, Floral Arts Club. 

DANNY WILSON -Track, A Cappella. 



DOLORES WILSON - Plans to work. 

EDWARD WILSON - Basketball, Eagle So- 
ciety, Scarlet & Grey, Lettermen. 

FREDERICK WINDISCH- Plans to attend 
City College. 








GEORGE WING -Eagle Society, Track 
team, Cross Country, German Club, C.S.F., 
Masque & Gavel, Jr. Day, Whip. 

DENNIS WOLFER-Band, Orchestra. 

ALEXANDER WONG -Drum Corps. 



BEVERLY WONG-G.A.A., Scarlet&Grey. 

DALE WONG -Red Cross, Photographer 
for Eagle & Surveyor. 

MARTIN WONG 









ROBIN WONG-Prin. Cab., Red Cross, Jr. 
& Sr. Day, reg. pres. & v. p. 

JAMES WORK -Rifle Team. 

IRENE WULKAN 



TOYO YAMAMOTO- Study Hall Chair- 



TAKEHIRO YOSHIDA-Swim Team, Let- 



DIANE YOUNG- Drama Club. G.A.A., Sci- 
ence Club. 





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SAMMIE YOUNG -Jr. Day, G.A.A., Scarlet 
& Grey, A Cappclla, Covels, Block W, 
reg. treas. 

PAUL YUEN -Basketball 
MIKYLINGYUN-G.A.A. 








MARY ZIELINSKI-Masquers Club, 
G.A.A. 

GAIL ZWILLINGER-Donatelos 



FALL 
POPULARITY POLL 



Most Athletic 



Eyes 







Marian Valputic 



Art Connelly Dave Friedman 



Jan Wood 



180 



Figure and Physique 



Most Likely To Succeed 







Brian Cranert Pat Palisi 

Smile 



Wayne Spar Wendy Allport 

Personality Plus 







Marsha Rhine 



Doug Sweet 



Susie Fields 



SPRING 

School Spirit POPULARITY cutest 

POLL 



Jerry Woolf 







Gail Zwillinger 



Bob Merchant Francie Choteau 

181 



Peter Reines 



Flirt 



Craziest 






Bill Currie 



Wendy Bollicr 



Diane Nichols 



Peter Baylacq 



Dait Bait 



Best Dancers 







Ken Whitcomb 



Nancy Sullivan 



Leon Patillo 



Avonee Smith 



Best Dressed 



Personality Plus 







Cathy Cordi 



Ararat Pogosian 



Josie Perrine 



182 



Phil Scramaglia 



Ideal Senior 



Smile 




Walter Fisherow 




Eyes 





Jeff Kormos Laura Lubarsky 

Most Athletic 





Lille Foster 



Steve Goldsmith 



Physique and Figure 





Ted Peterson 



Linda Brand 



Most Likely To Succeed 




Terry Heieck 



Bob Masuda 





Steve Kovacs 



Debbie Jones 



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AUTOGRAPHS 




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MISS REIKO SUJISHI '64 



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If you're graduating, why don't you talk to our employment counselor about how 
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For more information, call us at EX 9-5598. Or, come on in and see us any week day 
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Wishes the 



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Diane, Jackie, Al, Ron, 
and Marsha 



THE BENCH 
by Ed Wilson H-12 HI 

Here I sit upon the bench; 

My nerves are tighter than a monkey wrench. 

The desire to play is burning inside, 

But here 1 must sit and rest my pride — 

Look at the team go down the floor 

Playing the game that I adore. 

Time out is called and to my surprise 
The coach he raises one of his eyes. 
The coach's words sound fierce as ever — 
The team looks tired, but quit they'll never. 
Time in is called and it's back to the bench. 
They don't need me for the win is a cinch. 

Two points for Phil — tl^pre goes Ken 

We're a team that plays to win. 

The ball is passed to gocxl ole Stu; 

He aims for the basket, straight and true. 

Any way you look at it, we're still a team. 

And I'm part of it, right down to the seami 



AUTOGRAPHS 




ALSO IN: 
MARIN COUNTY 
REDWOOD CITY 
SUNNYVALE 
SACRAMENTO 



CONGRATULATIONS! 



TO THE CLASS OF •63-'64 



OF 



GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL 



SAN FRANCISCO 
LOCATIONS: 

• VAN NESS AT GEARY 
• MARKET AT lOTH ST. 
• GEARY AT 1 8TH 

• LOMBARD AT STEINER 
• 1 9TH AT TARAVAL 





SPORTS CENTER BOWL 


CHINA PHARMACY 




57 Modern Lanes 






Open 24 hours for Bowling 


Prescription Specialists 




Ample Free Parking 


Cosmetics 




Cocktails * Fountain 


Sundries 


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Free Instructions 

3333 Mission Ml 7-6141 
at 29th 


1035 Grant Avenue 

San Francisco 1 1, 

California YU 2-2197 




The Student Body Officers for Spring 
1964 wish the graduating seniors the best 
of luck in the future, and hope that they 
have enjoyed themselves at Washington. 
We appreciate the co-operation given us 
by the students and teachers. THANKS — 


BROADWAY VAN-NESS BOWL 

57 Modern Lanes 
Open 24 hours for Bowling 
Ample Free Parking 
Cocktails * Fountain 




STEVE, AVONEE, BETTY, LINDA, 


Free Instructions 




RICH, BOB, ANDERS, BOB MERCHANT 


1463 Broadway GR 4-2418 



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